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I'^IIE Syriac text of the Didascalia Apostolorum was edited by Dr Paul 
de Lagarde from the Paris MS. No 60, ff. i — 90, the only complete 
MS. of it hitherto known, and it was published at Leipzig in 1854, the issue 
being Hmited to 100 copies, so that it is now very difficult to obtain. 

This work is of great importance in ecclesiastical history, being assigned 
to the third century, the first six books of the Apostolica! Constitutions 
being an amplification of it, made a century later. 

So long ago as 1857, Dr de Lagarde expressed the opinion that the 
Didascalia had its origin amongst the heretical scct of the Audxans. 
Dr Zahn, in the Neiie kircliL Zeitschrift^ 11 (1900) p. 498 f has the same 
idea with regard to that cognate work, the Testamcnttim D, N, J, C, which 
has been lately edited by the Patriarch Rahmani. See also the state- 
ment of St Epiphanius quoted by Nau {La Didascalie, pp. 112, 162). 

As the originai Greek is unknown, and as no English translation of the 
Syriac has yet been published, I was induced to undertake one two years 
ago at the suggestion of the Rev. Canon F. E. Warren. My reason for 
editing the Syriac text as well is that the Paris Codex (Codex Sanger- 
manensis) above mentioned no longer stands alone. Professor J. Rendei 
Harris, whilst in Mesopotamia a few years ago, succeeded in obtaining an 
accurate copy of an ancient Syriac MS., which he most kindly placed 
at my disposai, and from it my text is printed. It contains a long 
addition to Chapter III. which is not contained in Cod. Sang.; there 
is also a different arrangement of the text in Chapter VI. 

1 regret that a large gap has been left near the commencement, in 
f. 2 a ; and f. 2 b seems to be entirely blank, but 1 have been able to supply 
this deficiency from Codex Sangermanensis. 

Dr Harris also kindly lent me a fragment of the Didascalia of which he 
had obtained a copy from another MS. in Mesopotamia. I have called 
it Codex Harris 2. Unfortunately it only came into my hands when 
my text had been already printed, and I could not therefore incorporate 
its variants at the foot of the pages, but have had to print them in an 
Appendix. It contains two long passages which are neither in Codex 


Sangerman. nor in Dr Harris's first codex» but the greater part of it 
belongs also to the portion of the Mosul Codex as published by 
Dr Arendzen in the Journal of Theological Studies, London, October 
1901. We may hope that it is not a common incident that this per- 
severing scholar was engaged in painfully deciphering the Malabar Codex, 
whilst I had at least the half of the text that he was reading with so 
much difficulty already in print a year previously, from a bcautifully clear 
MS., and its sheets were lying in the University Press, waiting for the 

I bave given the variants of Codex Sangerman. at the foot of each 
page, and indicated it throughout under the initial 5. I bave compared 
Lagarde's edition carefully with this MS., and bave supplicd what he 
omitted, viz. the indications of its folios. The words wbicli Lagarde has 
printed in brackets are in the MS. in a later band. I bave noted in the 
Appendix a few slight errors in bis edition. 

The otber collations whicb I bave made are from 

1. Testamentum D. N,J, C, as edited by Rabmani. This only affects 

a few passages on pp. cu — ^^a, the beginning and end of whicb I bave 
indicated in the text by ♦ and f- 

2. Lagarde, Reliquiae Juris Eccles. Antiq, from p. •« 1. 13 to p. r^ I. 17, 
also fragmentary. This I bave indicated as Rei. These two fortunately 
come into the portion of our text whicb is not in Cod. S, 

3. A MS. in the Cambridge University Library, No. 2023, ff. 169 — 204. 
I regret that I only knew of the existence of this MS. on the publication 

of the Catalogue a year ago, and as I had at that time 104 pages of my 
work printed, I bave put a coUation of its first chapters in the Appendix, 
indicating it by the letter C, and the remainder will be found amongst the 
variants at the foot of the pages. 

The letter C following a variant of S, means that in this variant C agrees 
with S ; but wbere C precedes a variant, this denotes that the variant 
belongs to C alone. I bave adopted a similar rule regarding the variants 
of the otber MSS. 

C is a paper codex, written apparently by two hands of the tbirteenth 
century. It contains a collection of Ecclesiastical Canons. The extracts 
from the Didascalia begin on f. 169 a and are prefaced by the words 

f<lxJi'.TA r^UnAx. ifia^iii.i rt'ìini^ V *go AuÀOr^ rtlAxifiGU.i.i ^Ja^ 

%^DV&.1 t^:i V *w \^o Each extract is introduced by the words 

AiVn ièu>o or by caiSQ jaaèia, and frequently ends with f<lÀÌx.a. 


4. A portion of the Malabar MS. (Cambridge Oo. i. 2. ff.) deciphered 
and published by the Rev. J. P. Arendzen, Ph.D., in the Journal of 
Theological Studies for October 1901, with the help of photographs of the 
Mosul Codex, furnished to him by Monsignor Rahmani, Uniat Patriarch 
of Antioch ; these two MSS. being found by Dr Arendzen to be practically 
identical. This consists of the "Teaching of the Twelve Apostles," and 
I have indicated it by the letter M, 

5. A MS. in the Museo Borgia, of which I have been kindly furnished 
with a collation by M. le Professeur Nau, of Paris, and with photographs by 
Monseigneur Graffin. This MS. is inferior to Codex Sangerman., and I 
have given its variants only where they differ both from my text and 
from S or others, indicating them by the letter B, 

6. A quotation from a MS. in the British Museum, Add. 12,154, on 
f. 56 r. 11. 12 — 22. It begins as on page .aftin note g, 1. 13, Aaàcd èuLa, 
to 1. 20, ^.^Jusw. This MS. is on vellum, the writing being good strong 
Estrangelo of the end of the 8th or beginning of the gth century. Its 
contents are miscellaneous. The quotation is prefaced by the words 

KLaix..! cbiiU^ KLulAz..! rttAufto.i.i ^. I have indicated its 
variants by the letter L. 

There are many quotations from the Canonical Scriptures, and a few 
from apocryphal writings. Those from the Old Testament invariably point 
to the Septuagint as their source. It is specially interesting to observe 
that whiist some of those from the Gospels are derived from the Peshitta 
only, and others agree with both the Peshitta and the Old Syriac, there 
are a few in which the influence of the more ancient version can be 
distinctly seen. These are : 

Matt v. 20 ^ Didascalia p. oSk. ^-ì&jdo^ ^ .^.^^l^^oaf^i ««^ì\*^^ ^<A «^^ 
Old Syriac, t^aB*H&o ^-i&jvtt ^ (Cureton + à»Vu) ^a^A\ap»:>i ^^^^^^ ^^^wC'^ 
Peshitta. ^^^ .t^aB*H&o ^-i&j»:i ^^y% ^Vu .cii^^oi^^CÀ ^^^^ n^A^^i 

Matt. X. 5, Didascalia p. un. ^.^^in^^^ t^A 5i<£2yi:jn^:i i^^o^<I=a 

^ Thit passage oocurs in a dìlapidated part of the Sinai Palimpsest, but it has clearlj 

_ a ^i\ap»?t|. This was detected by Mr Burkitt from one of Mrs Lewis's photographs, and 
▼erified bj Mrs Lewis herself during our Tisit to Mount Sinai this year. 

D. b 


O. S. Sinai Palimpsest (Cureton wanting) ^a!ii^^ t^ t^sn^vadh.:! t^oi^ot^a 
Peshitta »^i^^ "^^ t^&Jsi:i t<ai^o^<!!=i 

Matt. xviii. 6, Didascalia p. ja^ìA n^^ìi^'V^mi «Ica t^ui^ti cn!^ ^t^&o cn!^ ^loSw 

Old Syriac, oi^o^sa ^"ìl^tiai^ t<^^ (C t^A^) f^à:»^ ^ocn^^ cn!^ ^ooi jjn*^ 

TI «A 

Matt. xix. 4, Didascalia p. a&a. ^isp^ ^ìvaASo ^ò^^ *7H^>b ^ n^^nsa^ oài:i 

O. S. :i*i^ ocB ^^*nni\ ...«k^ (C + ìiux-nsa ^) n^^ò&nl nsa^^i ^:i 

Peshi^ta «^^ ti^i^ ^^iSLnio ^"^^^ ^lucìsa ^ n*p^:> 001:1 

John xiii. 6, Didascalia p. iVa, note. n^^Vyir.-a t^irA^» w^à^n ,^»^ii<^o 

Old Syriac (Cureton wanting) 


Matt. xxvi. 23, Didas. p. ^iwn as O. S. n^ìi^sa i^a^ 01:1^^ *J^cc9>:t cài:) 

Prof. Edmund Hauler published two years ago at Leipzig fragments of 
a Latin translation of the Didascalia from a palimpsest at Verona, of the 
fourth century. The upper writing of the MS. belongs to the eighth 
century, and contains the Sentences of Isidore of Seville. The decipherment 
of the lower script must have been a laborious work, and it is satisfactory 
to find such a dose agreement between the Latin and the Syriac. 

Last year, also, a translation ìnto French has appeared by M. le 
Professeur F. Nau, of the Catholic College in Paris, published seriatim in the 
Canonisti Cantemporain^ and now republished in a separata form. I have 
compared M. Nau's translation with my own, and in very few points indeed 
have I ventured to differ from him. His accuracy and penetration are 
beyond praise. I desire once more to thank him for his collation of Codex 
Borgia: and my gratitude is due also to Monseigneur GrafTìn for the 
photographs of that MS.; to Dr Eberhard Nestle of Maulbronn, and to my 
sister, Mrs Lewis, for their assistance in the revision of my proofs; and 
to the readers and printers of the University Press, for the care with which 
they have executed their troublesome work. 

M. D. G. 


Page ^, lines 19, 20, cf. Rahmani, Tesiamentum D, N./, C. p. 2, l. 3 

Page =3, note e, t^BAò^ia cn^n^^^ ^aB*:io ^^srA^o ^oaX^^ ^€ys^^ 

This is quoted by St Epiphanius, adv, hareses^ Karò. Scin/piat^coK (ed. Basiliensis, 
p. 170), "«cai ol àiróarroXoC fftaxriv iy ry Stararci r§ KaXovfiivjfj in ^urc^ 0€ov koX 
àfiirtXwv 17 KoOoXunj ÌKK\rj<ria.** 

Page ^, 1. 9 51^0^^=0:1. It is curious that the Bodleian Codex of the 
Apostolical Constitutions has also ^ak/i^v instead of ^kptBfimv^ as Dr Nestle tells 

Page t^, 11. 5—13. These discourses of John and Matthew are almost identica! 
with the commencement of the ùkiZaxi* 

Page is^, 1. I ff. The Doctrine of Addai is also contained under the title 
Doctrim of the Apostles in Cureton, Syriac Documenis^ 1864, pp. 24 ff. with notes 
on p. 1 66 ff. 

In Lagarde's Reliquiae juHs ecclesiastici aniiquissimae grcuce^ pp. 89 — 92, will be 
found a translation into Greek of this portion of the Didcucaiia^ as far as to page 
^<i-\ 1. 17, inclusive. 

Lagarde has also translated the first six books into Greek for Bunsen (see 
ChHstianity and Mankind^ voi. vi.). For quotations from the Didascalia in the 
Works of St Epiphanius (obiit 403) see this work of Bunsen, pp. 41, 42. 

Page ^^ 1. 4. The mention of " a Nestorian " in this place would make us 
doubt the high antiquity of the Didascalia^ if we had any grounds for supposing 
the n^^^cosi^aD to be an integrai portion of it. 

Page as, 1. 18 1^10=^=30. For this addition in Ezekiel xxxiv. 4 read an 
article by Dr Eberhard Nestle in the Zeitschrift fUr N. T. Wissenschaft (ed. 
Preuschen), for 1900, p. 176. 

Page 01, 1. 22 ^cn^Do. This addition in the Lord's Prayer is also found on 
the margin of the Pococke MS. (Bodleian io) and it is the reading of the Acts of 
Thomas (see Encyclopaedia Biblica^ 2818, § 4), though not in the ancient form 
of those contained in the Sinai Palimpsest. 

Page V» '• '9 ^"^^^^^ i.^^:ioi=a. This addition to 2 Chron. xxxiii. 11 has 
hitherto been known only from the Chronicon of Bar Hebrseus (see ed. Bruns, and 


Kirsch, p. 26, or ed. Bedjan, p* 27) and from Anastasius on Psalm vi. (see Wace, 
Apocrypha^ voi. ii. p. 363). 

The Jewish Targum on 2 Chron. xxxiti. 11 says that Manasseh was confìned in 
A ME!n^ nì^ì& = & "^ule of brass. This is supposed by Dr Nestle io be a mistake 

for n7l& = zodiac. He has just published an explanation of this word in the 
Zeitschriftf. d, altiest Wissenschaft, I understand hini to mean that it was a brazen 
bull, representing the constellation Taurus, in which the unfortunate king was 

Page 09^, 1. I ^^^m'^^ t^'Ssn 2À^no. Here .^À^n, Uke the Arabie ^«X£», 
takes the accusative after it. 

Page ^ ^O", 1. 3, note e. Mary is called in Cod. S the daughttr of James, as 
in the Lewis Palimpsest and in the Palestinian Syriac, Mark xvi. i. 

Page COD, 1. IO ^%fi0^, where Cod. S has ^a^ ^j^nu^ strongly suggests 
^\^^^ which, however, is incorrect in this passage. Dr Nestle thinks that the 
translator has read 8c3cic^ra¥ instead of 8c8a>KÓrac (as in Codex Alexandrinus), that 
the scribe of Cod. S has corrected it, and therefore our text is the more originai. 

Page ^\ l. 8 ««fl»aS^t<LÌ£n\o ^Jè^=^ y=^^ ^ ^\^ ^m "jX^N^t n^^^Alra 

This is the reading of Codex D, of many Old Latin MSS., of Iremeus, Orìgen, 
Cyprìan and others; and nearly the same as that of Justin and others. 



Page 33, line 4, for 

, 36, „ 18 


f ^ì 

I 38» >f 13 

> 4O1 II 3 

» 43. »• 17 

I 641 II 7 

, 70. Il 21 

I II II 26 











(p. 1^ note i) 

HaSkSL, (p. jA^ note f ) 

(^ìiuaia (p. 


. xr ^* » note g) 

\[si^ (p. :Àxa, note k) 
«uii<^ (p. :Àxa, note s) 

9 779 99 S 

, 96, 11. 6, 7 the inserted «« is not in the MS. 

, 119, line 17, for ^.-siftiiua^ read ^.-=i*^vsi^ 



Page w, 1. II "^^»^A\] S a=»aÉ.A\ 
m*, note a, for ^jc»9Ì\4\ read 


ca, 1. 6 


, note b, far isa»> read T^aS» 

, note 1, + C 
1.7 i 

+ S .^oojt-io 


In a MS. in the Cambridge University Library, Add. 3283 (paper, Carshuni, 
A. Gr. 1989 = A.D. 1678) a Nomocanon of Abu Isbà)^, Hibatu 'llàh ibn Abi 
1 Fa^l, commonly called Ibn ali 'Assai, in an account of works consulted by the 
author, there occurs on f. 7 the following passage : 

C>.iMa3 ^liCJt ^\ aeJUUjJW J^y^^^\ %tJUIt v^^b ^* 7 a, col. b, line 11 
. sX^yi ^ vy^ • \J^^ ci>U-Jl Jy^^^b • >^»*^'iH ù>!j!5^' wW 

obV£j:^t . aj^^mìj u ^\^ . a«ju ^m^j . v^^j uu:».t ^»«u a^y)*^) u^ts^y 

lilj ae3Uw> ,^1 5^3 j^j . sJjM^S ^tMi v^' IJLA ^ A^Jlft >opi^ f. 7 b 

JJClj U ^«^^ ^ Jjiit dUJ^^ . •>.! ^i Uj . Akw^ ^ ut «jL^l ^U 
Ai(.t^tV y^ v^t f J^^ • ^h^J ^>JU31 c>ih1>ì ^ . Ai^yt tJL* cm AJ^ 


Page -^ Vn , 1. 8 y^à^J^^ io t^ij!^au-^aA, fìve leaves being cut out. 

From f. 205 a to f. 2iib 1. 3 are canons as published by Lagarde in Reiiguiae 
Juris Ecclesiastici Antiquissimae (I^ipzig, 1856) pp. V^— ì^. This does not 
come within the scope of the present work. 

The rubrics are as follows : 

f. 205 a «^i\Q^.no ^i^:>aùn^.:i i><^¥^*>\o*^o t<fir.oXr. \^*n 
f. 206 b ^^òoi^irC^^ <aau^t<Ian <^V^* 

f. 207 a, on margin «^.fik^o ^1^^*» o«u^ ^'\an 

f. 207 b .^^-i^aA*aa:brA auir<^'\*auo ir<^ai»ì^ ^ y i t n So2kXa&:i ^ài .\^ *ti 

f. 208 a ^jLSLJsn ^^q=n The canon which follows is similar to that on pp. jiu, ^. 

f. 209 a ^^ciXoi^a -^V^"» ^^^>^^ ^d\^ ^'\ttoavae=n:i m^^ài -^^isn 

f. 209 b wii^n^ ^Hm t^aovsi ^, in marg. ^i^\^oi «^^^n 

f. 2 IO a ^0^0 «^J^ofiD^o ^^1 <^^^, ^<^iA& -^V^ 

f. 210 b j^AìoTac ^V^» t^s»iiJ»a^ -^V^» ^^o^^ -^V^» t<Iaoo^o ^i^x.^ttX <^^^, 

f. 2 1 1 a ^m*H& -^V^* ^'^ margin t^iaHcoa <^^^ 

f. 2X1 b hsny^ ^cu ;f¥i > ^n:> ^.«JW:! ir<^aAi\*:i f^.a«v*i then follows as on 

p. t^isi, 1. I ending on f. 2i4b with the words ^o<maD «vin^^ S^skSD, as 

on p» ossi, 1. 17. 

D. 30 



From p. oao, 1. i, C f. 198 a ^^^ocp^ ^<Ao to 1. 19 ^i^^ 

From p. mua, .1. 16, C f. 1980 ^ 1 *^ i^ to p. cua^, 1. 2 i^^osA. In marg. 

From p. UB, 1. 16 ^^^^i:^ to p. auo, 1. 2 t^^\==» 

From p. ,»un, I. 15 ^^^Vuom to 1. 18 Ai=ks=n. In marg. t<Ci\^ ,Ì^sn 

Page ^ V" > ^^ margin near 1. 18 t^V^^ ^i<I\^ot \\*t» ^^A^H^ 2il^:» 

From p. J^, 1. 18, C f. 199 a ^^A^H^^^ to p. v^ l 3 «lai 

From p. ^-i\n, I. 18 à^ to p. ^ \^n, 1. 11 i^^^. In marg. n^^ìiO^^ 2il^:» 
From p. :iVa, 1. 5, C f. 1990 tCxàiL^^ to ]. 9 osinosi 

From p. jAa, 1. 12 f^=JUcn:i to p. *73ci, 1. 3 4»A^ei 

From p. -7», 1. 4, C f. 200 b ^i^J^àu to p. a:br»n, l. 15 


From p. cn^ao, I. 8, C f. 203 a, I. 14 t^ijI^oa»T^ to p. oinn, 1. 4 ^^oso^ 

From p. i^an, 1. i ^ni^ to 1. 5 cn!^ 

From p. ^-^^^tfi, 1. 5 XJk^ ^ to 1. 12 ^i^o. 

From p. ^ "-iin , I. 6, C f. 204 a A:\^o to p. ^ V^n, l. i ii<^4\)\ci»=iXo 
From p. eoa, 1. 11, C f. 204 a t^A^ói to 1. 14 m\ 
From p. jiiia, note b, 1. 8 ^tn-nì^jcn to 1. 2 irC^cn!^^^ 
From p. j»ia, 1. 7 ^ 1à to note 1, 1. 3 ^cni^iA 


^.^01^ «^^^ in* 1 1 oibs] Jcnsa II 1- I a 4»s^ìvati:i omin^^o] ^ts^^ua ..^o || 
1. 14 ««autti^ii<^] ^nuaa^^o .n:^^ || 1. 16 n^^^^ ò^ ^^^o jj 1. 17 
t^LJban] ^ip\^ Il 11. 17-22 om. ^^£» t^l-Ti\ \>t» 

Page ^, C agrees with S in notes a, e, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n. 

l. 3 om. i<^ós\ Il 1. 7, C f. 196 b om. \sisn || 1. io ^Aòi] ^mo \\l 11 ««^^ 
^^ Il 1. 12 ««H=i2^] B ««ai\»i II l. 14 om. ^^Ifinik^arA II 1. 15 ^ma. 
^meXi^x. B II 1. 20 om. Aà^ib 

Page "^x^ C agrees with S in notes a, b, e 

1. 3, C f. 197 a ^'VSs^o] ^^ìsn^o II 1. IO ^■T^'i'-w] 

From Chapter XI. the variants of C are incorporateci in the notes at the foot 
of each page. It will therefore be necessary to do little more than indicate 
the passages contained in it. 

Page S3^, L 15 ii<^ii\ci^^Ti] B ^^vdoa^^ 

Page ^^ l IO ^i^Am] B ^t^Aa || 1. 19 t^ùìti] B f^.:»i4Ìku:i 

Page o^, L 12 jafiQ&^^] B |Afia&^^ || note j ^:ia^^:t] B ««^n=3^^:i 


C rubric oi^cA^ ^^s^^ ^^^^y^^'^ cTsi^a^aa \71nquj» ^^A^ 
Page \^j 1. I, B om. i^^otm \\ 1. 14 «Aouio^t^&o] B ^auio^òt^!&o 
Page 1^^ 1. 5, B om. cxisa || note d, 1. 3 ^^i^xan ca^i^xan] B ^Ti^ìtvm cati^ìtvm 
Page ^1, note q 1. 12 ^ti^xan^i] B ^^i^^xan^ 
Page no, note, 1. 15 t^x.:taa[:i]9] B t^K.:iaa:i:i 
Page cnn, 1. 2 oi^a^^ B cuou^ 
From p. cnn, ]. 13 ^.aoàt to p. oa, 1. io vyca»ii<^ 
From p. ui, 1. 3, C f. 197 b ii^àAJ^ to 1. 8 ^.^mìiUAsa 

From p. ^i^*ay 1. 9 ^-£39^0 to 1. 12 t^'^so^ 



From p. t^&, 1. 7 iLa\^ oà» to 1. 17 »iu\r.:i 

Page t^^, C agrees with S in notes g, i, j, 1, m, o. 

1. 7 \a\^] ^.?l II 1. II ^iuÉ|£iJ ^t^x^ 

Page £^ 1. 18 ^^.^Siio'Vp^] B _ cii^oo^-^^ 

Page ass 1* I ^^of^i^Lo] B a^jvmS^o 

From p. n&, L 16 t^^ to p. a&, 1. 12 t^^onfioi^f^ 

Page ni^, C agrees with S in notes o, p, q. 

1. 16, C f. 194 a ^AT&ui^n] ^xs^Jù'^isn 

Page caSk, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, h, j, k, m. 

1. 4 i^i^] t<iuinl II 1. 8 t^ì=i^an] t^to^on || 11. 11-14, C f. 194 b 

^san^ .-=1.^:1] ,^^ciA^o^<!!=i ^^Ti II 11. 15-18 om. ^à»,. .osano II 

note h ^ouio^^^] ^^o'i^ 

Page a&, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, f, g, h, i, k, 1. 

1. 2 ««^]Ut^a:i] 'yiuDnt<::=xTi sic \\ 1. 5 t<^'i&:io] t^z.H&o || 1. 6 AàSMb] \a\^ || 
L II «N ^o*^q\q\J ^ ^'niìJK || 1. 13 <]9Ì\9au:3] B cnèìcuouia 

From p. V^f 1. I ^^^ to p. ja&, 1. 8 cnlf^ 

Page i!&, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, e, f, g, h, i, k. 

1. I, C f. 195 a AsTisLo ,MÌfe^] ^t<ao AsTisL || 1. 4 .-aaiA^Ti] ..=att^Ì\:i j| 

I. 7 OiaA] .^ciasiX II 1. 9 Vuocp] + ^-A-inn^^ || 1. 14 ^sp^i] \s3n^'^ \\ 
l 15 ^H==i:^] or^-ì. Il 1. 17. C f. 195 b t^Aaaj]+ ^<i-ic» || 1. 18 om. "Và^^H 

II. 19-21 t<I=iSil TLi>^ .j^ 

Page JA&, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d. 

1. I i.^cnl^^] à€B^Ti «^ II l. 2 om. Aà^ito || 1. 4 ^ ■ r n ^] ^iVt-i ^ || 1. 5 om. 
^f^9 II 1. 6 om. ^^ 


From p. JA^, 1. 14 ii<^^c?i9i to p. ^^9 1. 11 ^^iòS^ 
Page oiftk, li. 14-21, C agrees with S in notes k, m. 

1. 22 B om. Ìm^ Il .^p»] .^V^o 
Page V^, C agrees with S in notes a, e, d, f, g, h, j. 

1. I om. '•^^ t=?' IM- 2 t^^] ^-^^ -2^ Il *• S ^^^ t*^ Il ^' 7> C f. 196 a 



Fronti p. 4ifi9, 1. II ^ %\*TO to p. ^^^s 1- 4 ■ ^^^^^^"^ 

11. II -17 ^^A2»Hii<^o...«.&X£n] a^i t^isi»y^^ t^SkODBùài^y^ ^oX^ ^^<»oi 
^oisa^dU:^ Il 1. 19 ^^nSiii<^] ^Ti v^n^^Ti || 1. 20 n^^i^saCDO^nJ ^iiuacnosn 

1. 21 ^ vy^ ^i^^^ Il om. w<:£^ 

Page \do, C agrees with S in notes a, b, C f. i92a, e, d, e, g, h, i, j, k. 
1. 3 *7in^oo] -TinsD 

Page 2i>., C agrees with S in notes a, (b above line), e, e, f, g, i, j, k. 

L 5, C f. 192 b ii^iSkaeMa] t^^L&acan || 1. 6 ^^a^:i] ii<^^ni»9 || 1. 11 oni. oocp || 
1. 13 iu=a] ì^lAsa II 1. 15 om. <f<£i2ocu II _o*i*-n'Si\j _ c*v^^N . \ sic \\ 

l 19 t<li..^ra_i6à:arAo] ^mox^nX€i3Sj>o (B 'cJ^nxm ^n \) Il 11. 19, 20 om. 
àuiH^ftftno. . .òli A ^n*t»o || 1. 22, 
om. '4^<^^ to p. ^^2s !• 2 i^cnX^ 
From p. A2ii^ 1. 7 "n^dAJ^girn to 1. 20 t^x.Hoo:i 


Page sii^ C agrees with S in notes g, h, i, j, k, m, n, o. 

1. 17 ir<^^aSwÀofia^ir<^:i] ^Vi^onivi>»fc^^ sic \\ ^ Cii>o^A\A\:>] ^ cii>o^i\i\OT 
1. 18 7^ + t^-Varj II L 20, C f. 193 b Ìu=ao] ìlX=ao sic 

From p. «^ 1. 4 ^Aòio to 1. 6 ^^ 
Page a:s C agrees with S in notes g, h. 


Page CiSis H. 7-18 ^4=imi ^4i£kOu] nCkacy^xsno t<^aB»atoo oalsk^ \\y*T> 

From p. 1^ 1. 15 A:!^ to 1. 19 i^^osA 

Page 1^ 1* 17 om. cn!^ ^s^^^^isn ^^ouocpo || ir<^«HiaB^nacn] ir<^«Ulx^iS!ari< 

1. 18 om. 4....QS1X ^ioA^D n^^ocp^ 
Page ai2i^ 1. 9 11^^:1:1] B ii^^:i 
Page Vs 1. 4 >e^^] B 10^ AsA 
Page &, 1. 1 1, B om. «^^ìiuii^^ .... ^'is^oasao 


C f. 190 b n^ÌL^ai] ^cnA^ Il I. T5 onaeSii^^o] '^ae&i^^o || note h 
om. ^ca ài 

Page =&fi0, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, f, g, h, i, j, 1, n, o. 

I. 4 o<p ^.j=H<ni ^i\a=ai^] ^i\a=auiv\ o<» «.am» || -ìS>^;i] ^»^?i || 
1. 9, C f. 191 a ^^^o] ^^^ Il I. 13 ^^:^:ì:ì] f«^i»A:i || ^t^] S^sl. || 
1. 16 ^<J ^] ^rri^ Il I. 21 óia:bnfD^:ì ^<»] -^paxa^:ì orn 

Page ^o, C agrees with S in notes a, 1), e, d, e, f, h. 

1. 2 ^^o] + óA II 1. 8, C f. 191 b ^Hs^^] ^H2^^ 

From p. \^, 1. 15 t^òAJi^ C f. 186 b, 1. 19 to p. nco, I. 17 t^^Bil 

Page ^o, C f. iSya, C agrees with S in note n. 

1. 16, C f. 187 a om. ,Jo:i^ || 11. 16—19 om. ^Tfi»:! -jAm || 1. 21 

.^a=i.H,^^a] .^dura.^^» || 1. 21 ^isL^] ,AÌL^ 

Page Afio, C agrees with S in note a. 

1. I ,A2LA] ,AÌL^ Il 11. 2-16 om. ^W^^=n:i ^orpiis n^Ao \\ L 16 t^iSMto] 

t^A^<» ^nò^^ Il ^^] + o ^òs^nX ^os^ti ^A^a II 1. 20 om. ^^ 

From p. enfio, 1. 17 Ci N . *Bnr . lo p. Jitf», 1. 7 oA 

Page cn», C agrees with S in note o. 

1. 12 ^^^ B ¥Ì3Lx^ Il 1. 15 i^^rpo] B + .^omi || I.18 Jk^aAi] + SwT 

Page cu», C agrees with S in notes a, e, e, 1, n. 

I. 2 ^ ^\'s . ] ^ ■ ^\^ sic II 11. 3, 5 om. 2k^ ^^ Ti II 11. 7—16 om. 

2^ ft :^ASu:ì...^»s3oq\o 

Page ifio, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, e, f, g, h, j, k, 1, n, o, q. 

1. I, B om. ^M^m^ Il 6^*] B + .^omi || 1. 3, C f. 187 b -i^^o] A^^o || 
1. 8 <ȓiu2wHaK.:i] cnov^HLae.:! || 1. 9 ^ciiino"^T,i\] ǎOJcubsix.^ || 1. h 
^cnoSii] ^meuSis^ || ]. 13 jau^o] + "laA || note n ^<A*wr:i] t^sn^Ti \\ 
1. 15, Cf. i88a ^maOD^J ^m>:icin& || om. mA :ìo n ^ o || L 16 om. 
^'Vsifio .... ^ou^Tto^o II 1. 19 om. Ak!&<» 

Page 4i»fio, C agrees with S in note a, stne ufuis^ j. 

L 3 om. ^t^A^^tì II 1. 5 cne^oi^^'ìcanrao] a3e\ea^nu'\^Do || 1. 6 WTe^aaamiio] 


Pagje :ii, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, f, h, i, I, m, o, p, q, s, t, u. 

11. 3-4, C f. 186 b om. wri^n^.^ asio || 1. 6 t^^i^^i] %^jl-»^ || 1. 14 

t^i<Lo] t^i^o II 1. 15 om. ^.^^^ .... WT^iii^Ao 

From p. mi, 1. 16 C f. 188, -Jt.^0 1. 14 to p. - Vgi, 1. 8 ^Hassiz. 

Page mi, C agrees with S in notes o, p, q, r. 
1. 19 om. ii^A^ to p. 01, 1. 17 oib^^f 

Page ca, C agrees with S in notes s, t, v, w. 

I. I ^-^-X. m.^w:] B Am^^ t^-*-^ Il 1. 3 ^^Jo^i^o] B ^^*\ii\o \\ 1. 20, 
C f. 188 b a=»m] «.amo || 1. 21 ^^N *>nA^] ^c\ ^ \ "i nA^ sic \\ 1. 23 

Page u, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, f, g, h, i, k, 1, m, o. 

II. 3, 4 ^i<£^ni>Hea ^i^A^ ^il\7l^ ^] ^il\'X^ ^.^n ^K^lanuH t^A^ \\ note k 

w:^o^.a] ^i^asxMi^ \\ 1. 16, C f. 189 a ^o<p] 4- ouSk^n || 1 18 cc^^!=nac] 
-■ %^nr II 1. 19 om. AsoaoX i| 1. 20 ^'Sa.caao] WT'i&^asa ^JS^^ \\ C in 
marg. ^^Im 
C in marg. ^laavsn t^cu metili om •. oàu^ ^ovsncu:! ^f^Llroti ^K^ov^ 

Page 411, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d. 

1. I ^ASI^jruio] It^rulO || 1. 2 Om. ^l^SaJ^^ . . . 'i^MCO || 1. 4 ^<^o] ^K^ifa || 

11. 6, 7 om. •^«iAiwse. . . . Aa^-to^ ^:ì || om. 1. 8 ^^ to p. J^, 1. 1 7 ^<^\a:ì || 
1. 16 ^..^^oAsXo] B ^<v^\t\q II note g mAu^L=i(^)] B mì\>*^->:i 

Page J^, C agrees with S in notes k, 1, m. 

1. 18 B om. ^f^aci^ Il 1. 20, C f. 189 b mifk] oA 

Page 00, C agrees with S in notes a, (b in marg.), e, d, f, g, C f. 1903, j, k, 1, m, n. 
1. 2 ^.^-i^Visno] + WTom II 1. 3 ^ I Vy>] + k>^'\«-V:n || 1. 4 "71^ + ^-Vsn || 
1. 5 1^ T \ '-mi] ^7im II 1. 8 n.«jki^7i] :iai^9 || om. t^=nom^ || 1. 1 1 
vil^^'i:! WTÌn^ni»] vil^^'io viìnà>ai» || I. 12 ^i^^ùo] + ^?) || C f. 190 a 

Page ^<^, C agrees with S in notes b, e, d, f, g, h, i, j. 

1. I .Jk^fi^o] B TuLja^o II 1. 2 ,.-«^^] it^^ Il L 4 ^:ì-«.oH ^à^C.^^^^] 
^^^x.oH:i wri\oiaeat^ao:i WT^^^^u» || 1. 9 \2^i\o] "^^i^o || 1. 14 


Page v^, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, g, i. 

1. 6 i\a=9>i\] ^i\a=9>i\ B || 1. io ^1^=^^^] + ^om \\ 1. ii, C f. 184 a om. ^^ || 
II. 16-18 om. mJy^^^' . . . o^caoWTo II 1. 19 t<r \o^-^] t<r \o^-^o II 1. 22 om. 
from ^hsn^o to p. jisn, 1. 19 ^^^WT 

Page J4=», C agrees with S in notes 1, n, o. 

1. 19 5i-iatJ^ca] ¥CaLA^ \=a || 1. 20 v^^nS»^] i^»>=^ 

Page ^\;^, C agrees with S in notes a, e, d, e, j, k, 1, m, n, o, r, t. 

I. a n^Jttt^-SwA] B ^« *T>^ Il 1. 6, C f. 184 b vyci&ciiso] + vyftSwiua || 

cni^oaf :i|] : WT^cua^^io t^H^:» || 11. 6-8 om. t^\ck:bi. ^ \ •% r ^ \\ 

1. 8 ^^ t<i^t^=n] B ^i^iu t^uis» Il 11. 9, IO om. vwM^ t<LL^^ || 

l. IO ^^] B t-itti II 1. II *Y^:*] vyW: Il 1. 15 t^Ti] + iut<:A» Il 
1. 16 om. Aa^c» Il 1. 17 om. oA II I. 18 Àc^^] B lAa:^^^ 

Page ^, I. 2, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, e, stne unas, f. g, i, j, k, 1, m, 
n, o, p, t, u. 
1. 4 «Ljj!^] B + ^ocn II 1. 5 ,^^^Ti] ^^^ Il 1. 6 f<ilAW:] ¥ÌAo || 
1. 7, C 185 a om. ^TiL^àio || 1. 15 -^s^^\ ..&^o || 1. 16 ^o] ^^ 

Page ^i^, C agrees with S in notes a, d, g. 

1. 3, C f. 185 b ^-sat^fioan] ^.=^fiot<^=n the WT by a later hand || 1. 4 òWT o<p] 
ocp II 1. 5 a!]^:i] ìw^ sic II 1. 8 ^^ìa] ^k^ìcio || 1. 14 ^ocp] B o<p || 
1. 20 ^o<pe\:ì] B |ABd«i\:i 


From page «-^a^, 1. 18 «uo<p to p. ns, 1. 20 

Page <-Ai, C agrees with S in notes n, o. 

1. 14 ieA«k:i] B iBiWr \&:ì || 1. 19 wrv.o] t^z.'io jj viV2k9:ì:ì] vv^o^ 

Page *-^, C agrees with S in notes a, b, d, k, 1, m. 

^ . . . v^^ I 


B oaaEftj .tj^j^jasiii. || 1. 16 -2^^] marg. + ^m || jé-A^t\] jt-iw: Aa:i || 
1. 17 ^] B ^ti II II. 18, 19 B om. -^^^S^. . . '•-^1:5^^ Il 1. 20 i^^oi^o] 


1. 9 «É<no^|tt^] «éOJooui:! Il 1. IO ^^.^poitou oaao] osa ^o so^^uio || 
I. 15 cn^ASLf^iis] B <ni\Q&^^t=> Il 1. 17, C f. 180 b om. .^<mar> || 1. 18 

t^Ao] f<lLsk^ Il 1. 19 AOftj] n-CAA II 1. 20 'l^^] + (^^QK-^Sn) 

(B ^'i^^) 

Page =asD, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, f. 

1. 3 ^:ii\] B »!U:ii\ Il 1. 5 <n^aaF>n=3:io] cni^osonao || 1. 8 om. ocp || 1. 9 
^^ o nivii^^it^A] oau&wT || l. io in marg. ^jAc» 


From p. sa^n, 1. II ^^f^LXakO to p. t^, 1. io vyéu>^?i 

Page s=isn, C agrees with S in notes k, 1, o, p. 
11. 18, 19, C f. 181 a om.wraA^ ^n^Ao 

Page ^^, C agrees with S in notes b, d, g, h, k, 1, m, n, o. 

1. 8 i^ o <p^ftaaì>ai] ^ q <pmfta3uà\X || 1. 9 ^.^.^Ajodoi ^.ao^o] ^ci &jpgftio || 
1. 13 t<^'\=i] ^KlsJiwr 'V=3 II 1. 17, C f. 181 b Q0dioa^a] Qoionuo || 
1. 18 om. «.aom 

Page asn, C agrees with S in notes e, h, i, k. 

I. 6 «-=aì\^^] a=3«v^rA II \*nn] oleici II 1. IO ^ìsan^ A>t^trny^ ^.=»oi\o] 
\sp^ >uti*ou» -=30^ Il 1. II ^-i-aa^ ¥ÌsL^^ ^ca || (C f. 182 a in 
marg. «.acu^To A*t^:io jaoi -^^s») j| 1. 14 ^%^^^ao] ^-ià2h.Ao B |l 
1. 18 t^ai] t^tti (B t^tti II 1. 19 ^ìsSn^] ^ìsp^ Il 1. 20 ^<»oc7]!^:ì] ^oc7]!^:ì sic 

Page oìsn, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, f, g, i, j, k, m, n, o, q, r, s. 

Note e ^^O ^^WTo II 1. 4 t^A] ¥ÌA^ Il 1. 6 ^^cucH:?»] ^^cuc^s» || 
1. 7, C f. 182 b Q0dionHEio] w<^caauoo || note i ^f^atJwT |ia^] ^<^siSi=i:i || 
1. IO ife^^nViaBSn] B i^^^nìxae.^ || ^^jrAlonX] WTÌ^AcanX || 1. 11 ^KlsJlàaA] 
¥ÌLxJk^ hsxHi II 1. i^ \sn^] ^sn^^o in marg. ^-An || 1. 16 ^<ls-i^ 
^$^3L^^ ^sx II 1. 17 ^^Hoia] ^Kmo^ Il 1. 18 ^^oi\] WTomi 

Page osn, C agrees with S in notes a, d, e, f, i, k, 1, m. 

1. 4, C f. 183 a ^-=^:i if^ia^ae» -a^ c»=^^ii ii^»o || t<^A]^^c^o] 
t<^H^o II 1. 9 nk.^Ti] B nk.^ || 1. 13 ^^a=3QLL=>o] ^i^cuaoL^o 

1. 18, C f. [83 b 9B3t<^] Ibt^A» 
D* 29 


Page oA, C agrees with S in notes b, e, d, e, g, h, i, j, k, 1. 

1. , ^L^^^Ti] \^^^ Il 1. 6, C f. i76b y^i^ri^] rn^^i^ l L 7 
domiti t^siijao^sn] ^omi ^^ Il 1. 14 ra^^] ^q cwl*:ì 

Page o\ I. 2, C f. 177 a jaux.] ^^ \\ 1. 9 om. ^^ || 1. 14 om. ^«^fiacno || 
1. 15 om. -if^^iwT^ 

Page i\ C agrees with S in notes b, e, d, e, f, g, h. 

l. 5, C £ 177 b m^sx] ^^ca II 1. 6 om. Aa-^ || (note e, 1. 6, C f. 178 a 
^ìd\^ T\fi3acn] ^ìAx?^ i^ucttao || ]. 8 om. ^omi || 11. 9, io om. 
^^isLn^sa ii^Ao) 

Page jA, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, 1, m, n. 

I. 5 t^Sioofio^^K^] (^i\a)ofiaAi^^^=a the addition being in a later band || 
I. 12, C f. 178 b, ^<:^=aa >k.ti*ou»] At^u» Il 1. 13 t<ia^ t<ia^ ^a || 
1. 20 ^109:11^:1] + fTiae^-isa II 1. 21 ^-Afipi^o] B r-AOo^o || 1. 22 ^ciiocn\a=a] 
«iocny» siC 

Page \|\ C agrees with 8 in notes a, b. 
1. I o^^^] cn^ì^^w: 


From p. \\, L 3 WT^oxal^n to p. ^=»^n, 1. io 

Page ^, C agrees with S in notes e, d, e, f, h, j, k, 1, m, o. 

1. 9, C f. 179 a t<ia'to o^] t<^wr •!=» || om. om \\ 1. 11 

Il 1. 14 ^oiat'iaiii^] ^m>i\ìo9i || 'icn^u] ^icn^ìi^ || L 20 
jTio] 't^^natjTio stCf obscure || 1. 21, C 179 b •WjWT] \sp^ J| 

I. 22 t^aoa^-o] ^i<^3^. 

Page *7ie», C agrees with S in notes a, e, d, f, h, i, j, k, 1, m, n, q, r, u, w. 
l. 1 l-tofip] ós^nsn II 1. 4 o^ìiu^Ti] ^:l^Ìiu^:i || l. 5 ^JLuWT ^1^129^01»] 
fjà^ ^ài^nMtnsn II L 7 n^n^itt] n^^ti II 1. 9 ^ciiìA!^^] .^aiìA!^^ || 

II. 16, 17 ^=n^o...^Tfin] T.à\^ Il 1. 17, C f. 180 a ^:t »-*^] ^^ X^^ H 
L 19 «-=a ^^00^1=3 o] ^.^^oiK^^iAo II 1. 20 ofiofioSimwro] QaDas^mWTo 

Page ^^s», C agrees with S in notes e, d, e, f, g» i, j» k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t. 

1. 2 sit^fiosn] s&fi0^i<^ Il L 7 WT^^A^;» i^alo] t^l&^oì\acao ^ ^^lt\^\o || 


Page =^^, C agrees with Rei. in notes a, b, d, e, f, j, m, n, o, r, s. 

1. 2 jtit<lA] t<iaw:^ ^^ IM. 3 f'*] t^ Il "• 4, 8 ^^ "^^ Il C f. 212 b 
in marg. wrìnà>ai»o WT^i^Ji A^an || 1. io t^V^suai] h^^isai || 1. 15 

t<:siW^] t<:si^ w^ Il 1. 19 ¥ixi ^ ¥i^^ ^ca 

Page ^^, C agrees with Rei. in notes a, e, d, f, g, h, i, k, I, m. 

1. 2 ^KÌjLj\=a;ì] <jiJk^ \j=i:ì II 1. 3 ^^ \sn^ || C f. 213 a, note c 
wr^HiSiat.] wrìxit^ Il ^<:HaV.] ^'tciV. Il 1. 6 ^^] ^S>^ Il note d, 1. i 
om. (n^soia Ht^ m. p.) || Aci2^] 2\aD || 1. 2 om. (gì. t^Sicoc^ m. p.) || 
1. 3 n^làskuio] i<I&Atto II I. 4 ^onb] ^oài || C in marg. ^^oi^? -^^^ || 
1. II ^^ ^ìsn^ Il 11. 12, 14 om. ^^909^ Il 1. 14 ^iikki] ^^ìiu^ Il 
1. 15 t<l\akW:a] -^WTo II om. ^cnlii || 1. 17 om. t<iA^ 

Page ns^ C agrees with Rei. in notes b, e, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, 1, m, n. 

1. I om. iuw:» Il 1. 2 7H^^] 7»!^^ Il L 5, C f. 2i3b ^^ ^i<Ì=»o^^] 

C in marg. w<^'i^^o %.£^^^:i ^ii^jsno ^\òsm\ t^^ oài:i a:ii:i || 
1. 14 .-aio i^^ \si^ ^>iiM II l. 17 ossn^Ti ^S^<:&] ^<noHt<^ || 
1. 19, C f. 214 a ..Jsii»^] ^^=^^\i II 1. 20 ^^lui W:^.JÌ>] 4»2i«5n II 

Page ma, C agrees with Rei in notes a, e, d, h, j, m, n. 

1. 4 ..s^^ti] ..=^fio^i\:i II oofiLii] Qo&an || 1. io om. Tfip^ || 1. 17, C f. 214 b 


From p. ^, 1. II oA|M to p. V^, 1. 2 ..wT^a^ 

Page ^, C agrees with S in notes g, h, i, j. 

IL 11-13, C f. 175 b ^ciioH=a9:i ali»] ^«^onm»^^^ WTÌusi^ :\=n || 

1. 13 n^Àonttii&w:] ^:i t^Jikcycittìà&w: || 1. 17 ^k^-^och] ^r^a&c» || 
om. WTiii^ Il 1. 21 om. t^:i:i àu!t\»à 

Page n!^, C agrees with S in notes b, e, d, e, g, j, k, 1, n, o, p, r, s, t, u, v. 
1. I om. «^^ Il 1. 5 oi-aÌu&j] + ^:i ^.^n^ Il 1. 7 om. oài || 1. 9, 
C f. 176 a ^a *tiì\t. t^ •i V *t>] ^-aogNor. || 1. 13 v^iS^sd] v^Si^asn || 
1. 18 ^ ocni*^o\y^] ^oon*^o\y II 1. 19 'i|aw<^:i] hsn^^ 


From p. sxM, 1. 3 ^^oxal^n to 1. i6 WTkia!^ 

Page sx», C agrees with S in notes b, e. 

IL 3» 7t C f. 174 a om. ^cn.'isiX, ^m.H-n\^:t || L 7 aAv-i\] ài\-iV^ || 

1. II i^Asii] t<lJLii II om. o i<^ Il 1. 13 oi\o] oA:i 

From p. ^, I. 15 WT^^WT to p. tu, l. 20 ^^^cna 

Page ^, C agrees with S in notes r, s, t, u. 
1. 17, C f. 174 b jA=3Ì\ae.^o] |ak=aì\ae.^o 

Page a», C agrees with S in notes a, e, d, g, h, j, 1. 

1. 2 ^^^ + x^m II I. 4 wT^oX^^n] ^^cum n I. 7 ««^^ ^^ || 
^i\a=9>t^^:ì] ^^oi^^T\ Il 1. 8 -ì\^] ìu!^ Il |A^:i] B ,;&^\^:i || 
^i^i\] B ^J^^:) Il 1. 9 ^^n=30^ ^^n=39^o || I. 14 ^^«nìiiaÈ&j] wTÌnx&J || 
1. 15 om. ^ Il 1. 16, C f. i75a «^cnX] ^cnX || ]. 17 ^^^ii^A wT^oz.] 

From p. ma, I. 7 jjn^ to p. cu, 1. 4 WTou^n^ói^n 

Page cn>, C agrees with S in notes b, e, d. 

1. 7, C f. 1753 om. --saJ^ IM- *2 p ^vr . n^X'n ] p^^accusAo || 11. 15-17 om. 

t^ttfipi^ n& Il 11. 18, 19 om. ^H&cil...W^ì^Slllì^s^ || 1. 19 

»i\*^\ Il L 19 — p. cu, 1. 2 om. --fit^A.=a=a...«ul ^ns^ 

Page cu, 1. 15 ^A&lsi^o] B ^à&^o 

From p. "^^9 1. I ^qr»^ ^Aibcu to p. m^, 1. 17 4.^.05»^» 

Page ^^, C agrees with Rei in notes a, b, e, e, f, h, i, j. 

1. I, C f. 2iib, 1. 4 + «làisAjn:» ^iAcii:i i>AJi{:i t^si^ \\ nso^ ^san^ \\ 
1. 2 t^] t^A:i [| 1. 3 ^si,w:^] ^t<::i II 1. 5 ^^] tó>w: \\ l. 6 
^^H^] + ^Acn II 1. 7 ««=a^^:i ì^A^onn] ««=aAi^^:i )i>^'i<^nn || 1. 8 
A»K.^o] »AU*iT,i\o II 1. 9 t<^&SDan] i<^^d« || 11. 9, io om. i<^^d«...^^m || 
1. II \^^] TL^w: Il 1. 12 ^^-Ut-iA] .^TMi^iA II 1. 14, Cf. 2I2a 
"^^j ^^ Il 1. 16 t^\"nì->] ^\-^.n-^ Il l. 17 ..^^i^] ..^^ Il 
1. 19 ^^] 1^^^ Il 1. 22 ^<^mi^ t^A] r<l\s^^o 


Page ti, 09 C f. 171 b wrinSii ^lsj»] wTì^ca&is» f<uAiL?i f^lAsfio*^^ ^ 

From p. 09, 1. 2 'Vsufioì to p. 1, 1. 14 ^aIa»^ 

Page CI9, C agrees with S in notes b, d, g, h, j, k, 1. 

1. II \si:^^] a=^^ Il ^i^osnf^] B ^Ìi\o¥Ì.:ti\ || 1. 13 m»^^:i] 
aii(^)^^:i the third ^ by a later band (fì ^ni»i\^:i) || 1. 15 om. ^o<p 

Page o, C f. 172 b, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, m, o, p. 

1. I jA^apn] ,M&ì\aE^>» || Note a ^ro'^] ^m \\ òir.nV^ %Ar.:i\^ || 1. 5 

vULi-it»] t^u-iii II 1. 7 iu^] + oA II 1. II C f. 172 b vyi:\^] vJ^O» Il 
^^i^] ..j^^ Il i* 12 w:^i:w] wrknm^ IM- i^ A=ui^*] A=^^ || 
1. 19 om. .2\aD II L 23 om. ^ 

Page I, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, e, f. 
1. 9, C f. 173 a vw>^] + ^ Il 1. 12 om. o^ 

From p. 1», I. 4 "Ti"^ to p. !^ ]. 8 ^^oi^van 

Page tt, C agrees with S in notes d, f, g, h, i, k. 

I. 5 :iou\-i^] ^ou\-i II 1. 10 ^^^oalÀ] ^oaisi || 1. 11 f<^À^rii eoS»] 
w<^a^ai 009 ^Cìsn'^ f<^a^ni=»:i || I. 17, C f. 173 b ^o] ^ || B om. ^ìv=> || 
om. ^octA II l. 22 òe\:)] om 

Page \, C agrees with S in note b. 

1. 2 11^ \y t T <\] k»^ \y ■ V *s II 1. 3 ^:t] ^m II 1. 1 2 n*^i\i\:ì ^^ae-^o] 
B «Atu^^^ti ,;^'\k.Ì\o II 1. 13 r^^ii\o] B t^^o || I. 17 ^102^0] B «•'lol^o 

From p. ^, 1. 12 «uo<po to 1. 20 ài«U£a:i 

Page \, C agrees with S in notes j, k, 1, n, o. 

1. 17, C f. 174 a om. i^^wT* Il 1. i8 ^i^oikXcs^ ^-^^] ^ì^caìvXciSifiDo 
1. 19 

Page «^ 1. 7 ^^^^] B 


and also some variants in Cod, Borgia, 


From p. sa, note a to p. "^ 1. 19 ^omi 

Page =a, C agrees with S in notes a, e. |j om. ^^ax^o .... ^ <s\^-n 

Note a ^<CAjBfion»:)] ^A nmi:ì^ ^ || ^r<jB|nn ^nì^yil^o f^IuAiL] ^m\r. 
^ns::n\i\o ^^.xjfna || note a, 1. 8 vw>^:i] B vw»^ || text li. io, 11 om. 

.^ sAm 

Note e, 1. I ^ n ■ \6<un] , n ■ Nomii^-n || I. 2 .^09^a-i-^ra-*fl».£3:i] 

«^.jai^CO^yiAOSsa:) sic || 1. 3 *7À^:ì] AsLXtI II I. 6 t^aim^t^Si] t^aim'l'lt^Si || 

^i^o^'ÌL»] ^^o'ìft II I. 7 fn=xAAJki(o)] cnsx&suio || ^<CAjBfion»:)] ^A nmi:\:ì || 

I. 8 cninno&] «•ajcaano^ || 1. 9 «•<nci^>a^;5v&A] ^ajoinno^ || 1. io 

»i\ac^:ì] .^cii.-,ix.J^:» || 1. n w<:W] ^A^osL sic \\ C f. 1690 

Page \^, C flf. 169 b, 170 a, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, d, g, h, i, j, k, 1, m, p, 
t, u, V, X. 
1. I ^i\Qiz.t<l=ì2no] ^i\cax=3t^=ar>o the =a being inserted above the word || 
.^aSO'^^*^] XJV II 1- 2 XJ^^] Xji^ Il 1. 4 t<l\a.^ t<l\a.w:o II 

l. 6 ^^OSm^a] ^J^éC:nt-i\= || 1. 7 -jt^] J^ || ^nb.^] ^^'^ || 

1. IO t«il:il t«il Ij 1. 15 C f. 170 a =19^0] + 009 II 1. 16 t«il] t«ila || 
Il 17, 18 ^\\'6s=n 2!^ ^\^»'6s=no 
Page ^, C agrees with S in notes a, b, e, h, i, j. . " 

1. 2 ^^^^ t^Hu^ Il II. 5, 6 om. '.^Hi»^:» ''^^Ì ""^ Il '• 7 

ii^il\^^7)] + -VbJ^^i^lìo II 1. IO om. 2b.^ Il 1. 15 >e-t<i=asn^] Jt=a^i<Ì=ijTI 
1. 16 Tfi»^ ^ 


^ìuiibnacn "71^01 ^ v > \:t pJoWT ^n^^ae 

WT'T^^^ c^^^isH^ ^«t .\'^*^o : ^^*\ea\ ^i<^3^ ^^i^asno .^ifias^o ^^in& «^oAÀ 

«•i^k ^<no«if^ traiti .hsàn^ aSi ^^^^ vy^eao .^r^fio^o t^SaruA ^1^\*n 
*^^sn -N^*^ ^'iranv^ «^^"irsn ^:9^2^ <' ^Ci anani:> ^>\ói\ oo&WT t^A:i .^^ntio 

^ib>^ IWTtiài iJoWT ^t^acài -i:9>^ ìcooìììA^^. ^cififiD:) ^AòA i«Jin!^o fluiti 
^^v^nSfio« .t^ià!^ ^d£]L!^ ns&iL:) à<»:i .^ì>2i<ncim i\a&i\cucn \\'id .4...^^ 

vy«éAp .|AiWr ^Aa» 'ic3nt<^ QDòi^:^ *> ^oA^ inai «^ajeuou ^^iiv^ 

•^j^^ cnibriaes .^.^i^^ *^t^n^T>s» ò^ 4.^^^ ^^^^iS» ^.^cm^n -^in:» 

.^4=3»^! ^>^V^ "tA^N t<fu-noT. ciA:i .i^i^aesD «^ 
cnasa^ Og o\\-> ^H^yJ^ t^Jt^Ho •«^uAiè. Aì»i:ì^-»A^-» f^T^^cvi^-»^ Av^Vr.' 

« ^Acn ^oA^k ^ ^i^i'rra e ^K^ia'iAn <l poniti « al 


«*^^*s «ift^A^aonfio «^nfio i^u^aesD \*nnal t^u^oHsno ^ lim^^^ino 

.^Afioidx:?» t^fsHo^v:»^ ^^à> mcA t^isao^ox»^ ^^ ^nu .a:ìi:i ^^L^n 009 
.f^jefzcA ^':^|Ti ^A^ó» ^^!^:iccn:i ^i^òf^i» .m*^^ ^ocpi\ ^Ìiubmc^ cÌr'V^&jb. 

t<Ci2^Wr .^Al^ìl^D ^t^A^^ ^'Ì^1U=3TI t^A ,^^\ \ t^-lSÌ\a* ^^ratlHlì ^i^[A 

^•^ o .^oui'^^T) ^^^ói:) ì^ouis^ ^ioiè^iae.^ ^cA ^«.Jipw^^:) ^^:3sè[ui:i 

\=>»^ ooò^Sni^ .^cna^WT lE^if&scL ^iiusnan WTÌnia!^ 

^^^o^riAfioi^ ^|Ai^acn:i ^ ftiml ^^ ^q ^ii^J .nil ^q ^ ^^ n^ ^)\^Sa=3 ^^o 
lASq^lu^ .^i*k\S»:ì ^\*Ti"n ^"iiu ^4:3>nò n& *t^ia!^ WTtii^sLs ^^v^nSco ^^^ni\ luu. zzr. 
.ocnsE^iae. Okln^ t^Atìo ^^ì^SkaB.:! ^"^^ ^Ai^ .lASqìufio'ii^ ^i^Ao t^WT ^^*\:ì 

t^lJ^oj-ìA t^iu^ .^ni\^ ^ cp=3 ^ixaat^^ t^lsn omra nA^ .t^fia^i\^:i 

>l[^An^:i .^CkSkÌA^ wótl AÀ=i t^.29Pa.^ra«^KL=iO t^^J.L=ai t^^\, ^cn'n>^:t 

• • ^» 

▼ osa^ ftó" ^ om. ^^^ * oaWT^niWT 

' Cod. ^^ìAr» 


.^a\ltt^ ^ o o!i\ «ifWT ^^omi ^^StV.:! ^.^09 ^i^^:i t< r ì ?k t^ ^ capai 

^ft saqvaa ^q ctAao .^Vv^Au vyi^ *i^nca ^^lÀu^e^o ^avs4=a 
p. m^ from line 18. 1. 18 ^^^l^^^isn'] ^ *ion^ > M || om. n^oià .\\ *n M j| 

1. 19 tCìiaùk] <»isòi II w:ViSkSa><J ^^Ha^ìk. (M ^Vsui\^) || 

1. 21 ^<:4i^H:9>] t^H» M II ó<»] ^o<b (M WToosi) || 

p. a=^ 1. I ^k4£Ls.k\ ^:i t^isno^] (M ^k^iLs-kX) ^k^SLs.^ r^=^o^ M || 

^\ftn\Vio^:ì] (M ^^J^cA^o^:ì) + (M ^<^^^) ^«^As>:ì -v^CM ^09) òài 

^'i^ "TiÀSk ff^:) ^^-^-V^ ^.j=M^ .^iv\^ ^cianoni t^Liacvsacsn liJ>«^ ^^viT) 

*^ * \ ^'t*^ .it^ia^o '^^JUkJSk ^nfÀ2L=3 «•^tm'^r.o ^fX t*-n^ ,^i«^ .^^uniìiqp 
^ gc nSn>^ ^ ci\yT*^ì:i .t^^ ^-^ «^ns^ «i^^^ ^o im^ ^ ■»\^o '^^a^^^ 

Vu|f^&^^:i .t^j^a^ ^-^ ^-ìo^d^» wTaxltttio **^niias^o ^"So^^ cnV*\"ì:i 

• Cod. t-isncu • Cod. ^i^Hi» • Cod. ^hsy% 

D. 28 


• • • . 

^o<U ^¥ÌS^ ^-=?^ aiai=i^ «ti»» -N'^-n ^^:^tì .^ìn^^ y 1 \S «^oX:! 

tuSaen t^nrii .j^^ ^Ai^ i^Ai ."71^01 f7i^>^:i ''i.^Aio .^oAwT ìn^>ai»^o 

wr«>2i<»ci^a£3 V-ii^kT, ,^r^xi^ .^i\a&i\QK. ^ t^B^'t .^nsn teisti .f^[^lÌ^ ^ 
.t^s^éinuà&^:ì ^\\^ iJL=3 .^^sifioi ^i^ n^ad'isi^ì t^sLt^sati .i^i^aoWT *d«cA:) 

^i^[A:io ^i<^Cin l'ifSkZ.:) t^iSJ^ .t^sn^^ ^^^\,cu»:ì j^ ^ifr ^t^ .t<l\^afi0 ^:i 


^^ iBiWr ^^ .^oicT) ^oio^^iì óm^ ^^rrni ^^e\t^ ^i^uao t^kiky 
.^o^ ^i^L^i .^ .^i^&^i ^^^ ;^i<Ii2kià£n -7101^ .^ .'^cno^WT t^^io^jt 

Cod. t^^^Lisn • Cod. ^^cui^^ 


p. ns^ 1. 1 M om. t^fiOfSn^o || om. 'iu^ M || 

•7102» 1.5 ^^ 1.4] •:• ^oà» -pnsn ¥^0 WToaW (M :iiAr» ^tì) ^ n'^X-i ^ || 

1. 5 \sp^ ¥Ì::no^^] òsn^ t<^=nài^ || .^ii^:i] + vJi M || 1.6 ^oài 2i^ t^od>o M || 
L 7 ^:^^J *«=aAii\ M II t^u:^^] vyu^^ M II ^09af^m.^i^^] ^as-»:im.^i^^ M || 
1. 8 «•osof'ìo*^] ^maìja^i^o (M ^ma-ìo») || 1. io "TiéiA^ra] -^in^n Aàa || 
t^ncA ^.&^ t<^-ncAo M II l. II ^09cuÌJ3*^] ^ma-io^i^ || 1. 14 ^^^'^] M ^k^o || 
1. 15 ^^sisui^] t^ir^iD^i:» Il I. 16 09ÌL.>^] <n\\^ M || 
1. 1 7 m^\^Ti w:Ht^&] ^<noHt^& M || ^ìc=i . . . ^^901^] (M ^^) ^^^ r^s^t^s^ M || 
1. 18 n-p^>i^] + ^ M II ^.^oA] M ^¥^ Il 1. 20 t<:ÌMi w:^] 4»2iac?> M || 

p. cos^ 1. I om. -^iL^ M II om. -v^-ìfin M || 'i^am] ^^a:an=> || 
L 2 ^a»\±k^] M ^cn\ •vN jj l. 3 ^^ ^009^] «^ || 1- 4 om. v^n^^ || 
it\cA] ^Ti ^cA vwaWT II :ìCii] om. ^Ti II I. 5 vw»H|yi^] M vvn^^K^ || 
vw«cSl^:i] vvAiSttip^ Il 1. 6 A^v^rA] Ai\^ asi II om. «.i^tio^o M || «.:^:t] ^^ 
o^^ ^cno^^ti II 1. 8 ^.^^o^vK.^] M ^-fi^^oac^ || 
^cnlÀa] ^^ftisnN ^-> (M ^1 Aa^) || 1. 9 ^i^<U.-n] wTÌ^^cUL^ M 
1. IO om. ^9 M II 1. II liìwT] ^t^ M II om. "yrisn M || 11. 12, 13 oài ^] + oà» ^ 
from here defective || 1. 14 ^i<J^=a] ^v » *■» IM* '5 om. -v^^M || 
f<^d^] w<^À^ Il 1. 17 ^,^cwi\^] M ^cwi\^ Il ^^.^cniias] ^cniias || 

^sn¥Ìi Q0ò'ì^ «l'ìqp^ ^^^cnS^ :««jsAio nnki .^nn^^^^i ^jk\ó> ^^t ^^ .^^..^sAi 

culo S^^^matfUWr ^0<pd« H^-aClSlA 'o^CU»l^ OCm^ 'I-tì^;^' .i>(S A,\ 

Cod. M. ■ ^^TJCTt ^m ^ ^^•^•iNi e ^«p <* 

* om. '' ^ò'iÀ^^n f àu\is^ 

^ -f l^an wr«u=i^ ^qn*>^n ^AU^iaesD^i ^ca òi:t ^<no^^ ^9^>^ 


I. 6 M om. v^^ Il ^¥ÌS^ ^^ ^^Sk^Aioz.] M ^^^>\^ ^:i ^^sAaiqk. || 

1. 7 t^^o^ M + ^ Il iiu^an] M iu^i<Ì=»nn || 1. 9 om. t<i»aDnn ^i^A^ 1. 6 || 

1.9 ^*\i[\Ti] ^Ti ^i\SÌ\:i II 1. IO ^^i^lA] ^iAa> M II 1. II ii^Ai\] ^i\ 
^oA^o] ^(nlÀ M II ]. 12 t<^Huv^] M n^'ìià^i^A \\ om] M axm \\ om. ocb ^:i 
1. 14 ì»^] ni^w: Il ^ìì^ ^..^w: o^] "lol^^i^ .«^o <Mii^o II 

1. 16 ^Tfi=i] A\\=a II 1. 17 O^^^^] M ,-^Al II l. 18 ^ivsnos»] vy^xsnos» M 

1. 19 om. y^risn M || om. <a -;7\-> M || I. 20 ir^u^] ^^ÌmiL \\ 

I. 22 om. .t<^à\b . . . ^«^ Il *^omii\ ¥^] t<l\2i4^ (M r<l\s>.^o) \\ 

p. ^.ra-i, 1. I t^lfiw^*] t<l\2i;^o M II ^^'icmsL] wT^oi'icmsL || - 
....=11»^] + f^sA» M II 1. 2 X-I^^L2i ¥^i^] t<:«iiea 2^ M t<£lifioi^ j/V II 
I. 4 M^'iniw:] Mò^'tnsw: Il 1. 5 ^f^Ao] ¥^ M |j l. 6 ^<:41Ìl-ì:i] ¥^uxa:i || 
1. 7 fiii^] ^f<Lj\ su II om. ^.iuaen t«il^ M || J. 8 om. 71I M || 

QDàS^Xi^] QDÒ&Aa& M || l. IO ^<Cft2^\aAl] t^^lSAl M || 1. 1 1 Oàl] 0Ò90 M || 

M ^i^ouicn] ^i\ot<^cii II ^Aml] ^^^óA M || 

]1. 12, 13 m*^^ t^[ae&J!ì] M t^!ae&j:i iha^WT || 1. 15 ^Vv^niA] WTÌ^a 

I. 18 ^i^ouioi] ^i\ot^<no M II I. 19 ^>*n^>ìto>] ^iVgw^isp (M ^uSti^^^^) 

p. \^ 1. 2 ^Skù^a^^] t^u\^ M II om. ^tCkMxa^ M II ^ós^^ 1.6 .. . t<:jLXui^ 1. 3] 

1. 6 ^^] n=n^ Il ^oA^ 1. IO ... . .iXi^iiw 1. 7] t<iauli») A\sno .t^^an 
.i<CaaA ^('^A^^o .^:ìài vJi (M y^^o») ^iiusn ^ós^ìi\& S^i^:i ^éA:ì (M A^an 

.^^[àSiuo ^Ha t^^AsA'cu . ^\s»:ì (M ^t^As^^) r<l\k^o (M t<^éuA t<l\2i^) 

Il M •:• ^'is^ìi\& )Am:) ^àm (M + ^ciA^) "v^^ ^Aói ^ 
1. 12 ^ocii^ t^A&^] t<l\i.^o II M om. ^omi^ \\ t<l\2i^'] ^^A^k^o M || 
l 13 t^Lu!^^ n<^\^ Il 1. 14 A:\^] + àìciA:i M II om. ^omii\ M || 
¥^jA2^^P>o] ^^Aii^atsno M II 1. 16 ^^iSi^s^] ^-i=i*=i=no M || 1. 17 om. 11-iAw: M || 
^om] + vyV^^ M II %^ M -^^ Il t^irviD^sno] t^ir^iD-^S» M || 
1. 18 f)AA] M A^ Il ^^As.o ^<^2yH^i\] M ^^Ax. ^^^if^^o II 

IO p. ns^ 1. 1 t^aSiti p. ^^ 1. 18] i^iAsa .iBl^ Asi ^ t^iaAa Jk^sUb || 



(ed. Arendzen, Journal of TheologiccU Studics^ October, 1901). 

Where anfy a word or two differs in M. these are underUned, 

page vv^ 1. 7 ^oAai:!] + «.^saoiniii : f^uaSE^» ^NéÒt ■ ^^.^S»:! cnlMi 
n^ttfiiL] + : t^Ha || 1. 8 oiu] onu M || om. ^i^a^Ti M || 
1. 9 ODò-V^ ^Vi^n] ODò-V^o ^Vi^no M II 

QD^^ni^o QDÀs^^Xl^o] QDÀSLfl^o coò^^ni^Q (M QD^^ni^o) Il 
1. IO om. ^ *nAnv» \=^ ^tiocn^o M || A»ik;^^ 7^] -^^^^o (M A»ik;^^o) 
^^sno^mo] ^^snomo + t<^t^&o M II 1. 1 1 t^d\'i<^o] ^ ^Anv » \^ «^:(oauo M || 
1. II M om. ^o^ Il 1. 12 vy^] M vy^:i || ^^i^^] ^ ^<^3\W jj 
^ÌKoipn^] M ^Ìkaì^:»^ Il 
L13 tt>^<^4-iH&f^A] ^^ifio^naA (M au-iH&of<:\) || ^ìu&o:^] ^Visn || 

1. 14 ^^ai«:>><| ^^ai2i» Il 

1. 15 ^ÌkcOaÌkHso] ^^co^iKÓ^n II ^i^olym] M ^^al^n^ || 

1. 16 ^cni^o] + ^^ M II ^iKoifio^xJC»] ^^ofiD^vacn || 

L 17 ^<zi:i ^ ^i^jttSko]^] ^cd:\ M ^ t ^ ^a» ^^j3tA^r\ || ^ o^cp^tu] ^ o^cD:tu:ì || 
L 18 ^:toSi N^'kiTp] Ìkw^ oa& ^ Il ^^^fixA \^^ ^ìA^»:)] -^nan JìkÀ || 
1. 19 om. t^-=a^ 009 t^sncuca || O'VJ^ i^A Ci^^^nZ.] "VJ^ f^A:( ^ %.*;nr. Il 
1. 20 ^ÌkoHÌk^ ■X*^"! ^moi^n o^niaB^anl (M oSnaE^arA) ^ onos^o] ^ nns^o M 

1.21 om. ^cA M II ^Ìkou^ i^éA:) ^cn] ^ÌKo-aB-i^:( (M ^ÌKaii^:i) || 

1. 22 ^15» aiAsN :^ ^KiiaaJ^^:^] ^*i=»» ^^ai\*^\:ì ^i-isn v^^:( || om. vw^ || 

L 23 ^ria\^:i] ^m\^ i^éA:) || 1^:^:1010:^9 ^ài] ^^ [ M om. ^«b 

p. iK^ L I ^H=i>^ ^LiL^^ ji^ Il I. 2 »2lV^:^] M -nns.i\^9 II 1. 3 vJi] TuA M II 
\-=3o^^] om. ^:t M II 1.4 ^eu k^^i<^an:)] ^ ìiu^an:i || I.5 ^^Ho^^kbi 


ÓK' V iaj» ^uA.i r<'iu9ÌJL ^ K'^^i ia ,aQnN.> ^èvi.i KIj^Lm 

I ^Nn ^ 

\ V » 

^ In a later band: 

^^S^:» ^^no *:- «^n\^ t^JcaÌA> ^^ruisi ^^no •:* t^uià:^ t^s^ ^^no •:* ^è\io\^ 
Sd\=3 ^:n^ Jcn f^Aoo:(i ^^no •:• «^«v^nio ^<^H&:) ooijaoHv^ ^^no •:• ^dìaK.*^ 

u\.:( ^^:toÌK '«x^niz. ^i^jkixsk .cìuuì:ì 

S in a much later band : 

A _ 

.f^Al=3|^nlo t<LlCiSl^ ^dUlraCUI ^ÌkaI^ ^^r^ ^"^O ^ ^^^^ 


Ìa^ r^LiAlf< .^^jAcnfin.i.i ^rt^iit» ^ocp ^oco* ^u»o .n^^aìsa^co 
r<^l*aa*Slftii ^r^lardJ^ >A4JlID rtl&|J.l jajlx.K' Kl\.i KlM rdu^K'.i 

KIa^t^ j|[\T^ai «icliAb DOS ^^Dci2a.i /kIacLàJid kÌ!liÌ&ì* t-^.! 
Ajk&cb aia ..aKl&sa.i KljLftKlX ^\j-*^ paLaUD ftL&iJo .^at.^.iu.1 5 
^Alro^D 'oA ^vuLd ^i\mT..i ^AftK!! K'idso òriA^f^ K^èìosaria 

^f^nTi»A\^o K'iaiD rdAii-ii wr^ ^ooA i-*.12lL r<do ,i^*wt..i 

»cdqju1Ìq ^^^dcoVìAd .J^saòn^iO xuiJkur^D^ ^coiat^ ÌaAil.l vyK" 

A èlio f^cuu.i ^K'èuMA r^ocb.1 K'icaa.juxiD .r<*ao\\ .1 ^o^aloz. 

• • • • 

ft^iiun r^ltMsX jAèuB9r<D K'èoa^.i r^òacai ™»cafiU^iA.i ^A1k1\" 
°ft^l i ^> |J^ «s^aO r^U»DÌ.iD »CDCU3f^ r^caAr^.1 "r^L&.^^èì 
/k'ÌuMD f<lM*' »^Jpn\ "^CULO f<\iiiii ^r^hKt^O .f<aD*ÌA A^. ^KbrAK'l X5 

^^llkaD K!x.cb^ ^.na r^UiDÌia iCoaai^Ao "rt^èìOaio ^OAf.^ ca!i.V 

« + 

• ^ ^o<b S. f. 89 a ^ .t^on&j» < 

f + t^ *Ti^^-no t^AAoSo ^iiX^kW^ ^^ ^ooA t^òoio ff om. óA 

h ^i^AAaettì\2n Lag. p. 121 ( ' pr. m. t^Au») 

m ^cneu^ni^ ^ ^ om. t<^s^oÌK <> + oocaoS^^t p + A& n^^ 

4 ^Ìk;<^:i oòA ' ^urnoT-10 • t^suo ^k^ 

w .;. ^i^nr^ ^i^tA^ "^ii:^kAo ^H^ Sa\o ^aL,mo 


aiEÉ9.*U3 «Al 

^^^^aA^.3CU èurcSfoai.1 ^ ^r^acp ^K" .^oA ^*2ki.i.i n^èìt^i S^nr» 
'^iJbusa o.Vk *^o .r^lsaè^ vviOJo r^l^oii r^.i r^K" .f^ulAfi9.*u.i 

K'ifiU^I r^llsaiX .n^iix*.! CDèìoifV\^ .Ias rt^*n\.l.l r^èìLs^oX coA 
5 ^^OAA^^èì f^ rt^cfìVy^w .«^AOlso.i rtli^\a> ^^o^ K'Dom ..icuils» 

ojff^ ^o^iK* OAfl» .ìjssok'o nf iiAmN ^^.1 ^a£.i ^A^rdX Ai» of. Kau. 

xzii. is 

».l A^ .oA ^^^A\^AiKl>i €isa^ Ìa^ kA .^isAsna f. 76a 

A ■ \cp ciua . . ^^joiuK' ^.*|2lL r^ ^rOK* i^f<.i 7a.TJSnD .»V^ 

5 èur^lAXa.1 ^i tìkA K'ut^cn ^èi;^ rOcb Ar^ rcèìoso.i K^.ioia 

,Aur<\^T*W ^laèi^ ^^\^ cAk* .. CDiix* \\^ \\^99m èuK'iftV^p 

f + ^uufiSDO S. f. 88 b > om. ^^ ** oiapS^o 

i + ^^i\ yjLsn ^ft gkl (Aio ,^JbL, jaSoao t^^s^k^ ^oasì ^m 

i ^ScoA ^ + .^ìA^n ^09 )n42»:tÌK^ i<£&^fiQ=ao ^ScOia^ * f^ft^nSf^a 

" + ^ooi o ^oo9 "^S)^:» 

P + .^o<9 .^XSasn:! ^omX ^ocn ^luoi^n «u^'i«i\^ "^^^^ ^^i^Aaca 

^^\i*yì,ico.i ^^^oiuK' ^ax..t1.i >V\^*gi .^cai ^^i ^ni ^^^ODopèì 
f. 75b rdlco^Oll^ ^*^r^ ^aujKlsn ^'^^^oèuDcp '^i^^OAèòÉftJ vyK'* .^r^ 

• • • • ^^^i»-^.. • • 

ociii^.1 ^^^iur^ ^i\y^uA\aa ^.^^o^Dcpo .^oA ^Asiaèca 

*^^^i\èìO 'rt'èix^:!^ K'èìOÀ^CUL.l K'^iulr^ K^.Vu.l* r^L^ODV-ja 

^ >.t^'V2n:i t^&t<l!bs) ^^^^:( ^t<l!bs) .¥<^a£ii ^fia^Sk^a ««r;i*ì\^:t ^^ 
16 .»Si^ ml*^ ^au»oS:) t^&óae.o ,ain^N, ooi ^ocp ^i^!Ao .vy^^iin m«u^ 

k^ ^1^^.^! ^^ ^1^^^^^ .^^nxA^C ^i^.^^=a ^"Ui^i^ ^i^Aso:^ ^O ' 

^ + .^d\oSo!ii ^q cn\*i-> P t^&:t«UTi 4 ^t*"!!— >m i^ ^gqI^ Lag. p. 1 20 

D. 27 

S AK'.i A\y^ 'issare.! vyK'* Kr<AÌj.i rdin^ n^Au».i ^K'ciAk' tcoaèuf^ 
ru ""«^ta.*! CDJkuJ.i'" retJvA Ì^ìT^ .ta ai.M.1 r^oqa K^.ii.i Seo 

^ + ^anSqi^D ^^«uooi ii^^^nn^D àus ^^^^ ^ ^^«uooio <* i^a1q]^S 

h f^UaSE^»^ ^^a!^!Ln ^Ó^^kTt ^^o:3):( 

■+ ^A«^:t ^ o cn>in^*Vi*^o ^ ci ^^i^^Sonao Lag. p. 119 ausilo ^ ft a^a\r.oi*v*io 
t^A^io .«^«uHa n»^ jt^naai^no .^Soiia nf=a:^:t r^ruai t^^n^uN . ^fc*kS»:ì:i 
. o*ì*t»:»:ì ^A««^ ^^\tf ^AaTJ3Sno ^^:n (B ^o quona) ^o quonao .^ma^^L& 

l^ -I- "^^B^ .^^^[iL^0 t^isi ^orpo u^!3):«^ ^ «..saodì ^^Lxs^y ^hJcA^ 

^i^Ao .03:^140^0 ri»fo^o ^)(V42»?t ^n\^\ cn-V^w "VAi^ ^.^a'ìja .^«v^sn aKlngiiT. 

! .^^J^r^^sn ^o omi^ ^i^-Ao . ^Musè\ ovanti ^Aa^i^A ^A^'ìiaai^n ^o auocp 

lì r^iinflgstjir 

ZZiT. • 

ODciaèì redo °^_n!iTM '^^^olJtorc'iì ^-*.i r<\** .iLCièi n ftì 1 

^au«u^ ^oAi^Ao ^ÌkHci!^ ^gqI^ ^4^ ^a\<» .t^Xpon ^moSiÌKaz.o i<^oH 
^i^Azi *^<lDÙae.o lag. p. 118 't^A^n^w n^m rnX donalo .^ V^y <i9«uaz.m ^^^^ 

^Scks^ri a\t^\ ò^ x.o:id\ 'i<^'V^ A^ ^^q .^^ v%^\ ^ oaA .. 

.^i^ftiTsna v^cn^uA i^uSiinjcno .vyiiv^.HaK. «u^ mnù^no .^iae-m ^m\^^ 
«u^ \-tn*w t^\^^:\ ^^H^ìi^ ì^lua\o .^^ S-iaesn t^xoci^ai ^VAo 
.\*->n ^-i^k& in^-tt:i ^.^^ .wiA^ ^^ \*^ri*-n t^xoci^ni ^^ "^^^^ .v^An. 
f^ft^ao ^rn^o .t^xoci^oi ^à\ 'yl^£oà\<^^ ., ^<^^ì\^ )^lu:i:i "^^ àiìA!^;an 
^Vm3^2^ vy^o .^«^Si^S^ ¥^Ar^ vy^ S. r. 87 a .(B t^Hu^o) 

•^^ t^a^^an ^o-^ .1^71 ^ì0^cA.A .t^xoci^oi ^uÌk ^^ Sia» ^4^ ns^ 

tf^munbm vy^^sisn:! Jìk&o .ocn ^\yi\ t<^-V=i\ J^qÌa:i \4^J!k& .ÌkS^Ìk ^ìO^cAo iK^^oA^sn 

•:• ^ m X^o «^.ò^no ^c^ A^:i ^iO^cA ^Siae^n:! ^A*«^ ^toilqua ^^cì^lu» 


+ ^pqu^ ^ ClN>\yd\ ^.sioÌk ^^\ ,^ohS^Q m^J^^n ^ o^^l^n ^^Tl "TlTISno 

r<!AAfl9."u:i oi 

t^i\y\nT, èuf^ °r^li&r^D .fX^n^ K'ÌÌA!^ ^.ISlL.! ^.^^oinAftl tt^J^ 
• • • \ • 

.^«uiu^ a=i b t^Ao^^ S. f. 86 a « ^^^ t^Aa^^ 

)^nsii:t oc» ÌkgA t^^M^o f<^a^ói .t^&onra Aoi^Ìk:) ^ìÌk^ òsX Ì^ai^^k.^ 

.^f^u^n^ t^a-ìao .^i^ae*no t^oStì ^ì\£iSiS)o .^ì^Ski^ t^o'S:^ «^)A:^iS9 
f<Loo'i ^-^ ^^sui^HcD -710^ ^;^o .^^^ «JiV^ (B ^^oHoV) ^i^HoV 
.^m«u^ o^ .r^ "ìfin^ ^:) ^.=3oÌk •:• -^À:^:» ^Sca:) t^nnA t^JUi ^ 

^SoA (B ^A*mr.è\o) ^a^tAoubl^o .f^^^nno ,^^m^:) ^ciìri^*^ ^uiSkMciKo 

t^A^ .^*£ncu ^''w'Hr :\ ^ni^^fw t^^ci^ ^Sn^. "^in^D f^Ao .^«u«^ t^ció^n 

i y^i^iu i + o 

091 f^i\nflf».*u.l 

ft^l*w\ .TA r^LuOi tAsD ivA ^^>r^ 


'^fdjjQi . • f<^ ^ l\f r^U»Oi coA ft^^ n i .coJJM jiiA.i Kliin^ 

ta12^o jiAdJto.1 *>aiOitii\T Al K'èiPC^iì AaàÒo «^K* .ikiiÀi.i r^L^K" Y^a 

**^^^*\ r^UiOl.! èuK'o .r^iXM^n r^LMOi.i ^«n^ .'003 rc^lrafi èuK'.i 
^f^i\AA^ r<U»Oi ^SOBoaM r^.i r^Lllr^o rdjjOi rtlisb r^Llsn^coSQ 

o 02^ P .^^^o:) 4 om. òA ' ^ì\^on=3 • + t^o^ 

Lag. p. 117 ^■^o'S ^f^A^DOi^n .^qutìci^n^^T» n*=3 ^4>ài^ t^oS ^.^n iAz-o 
f<lAio^ ciiÌkcA SÌxa::» t^-=aJL ^ 

.cni^cA ^SÌk^ óA f^u^JKan t^A ^ìivSki^ t^o^o .t^iXsn n& ^CiO^no 

» Cod. iu^ 

KlAnfi»^! 31 

^jLàSk» >&^.ii:9o.i ^iriiia» ft^^ny-ì.! .k'ÌìÌuk' or^ teline ^K^inA» 
• ^iK'èi K'iAfl» r^.lD èur^LoAdJ» .^r^! rtljjOi ^ ^aqa tiuK' 

»cooHAaA ^asÌdÌì^ K1\.i »^T^1 »iuf^ rt'i^i r^lUMA •r<laL«.TjEi 

\ xziil. 18 

^r^llaiOiA "jLnii^ ""r^M "1.1,50 Jr^LlaiOjs DK* r<>ji.naJ5a' ^i r^Lllr^ 


tmX «u^Tt Aft^o9 ^A«^i^!A .oii^r» ^ ^fvi.ìqu mX ou^:) n^iiV):^ *^n2n oc» 
trnX ^^ ^i^!A:( ós^fio:) ^:( ^A«^ ^o S. f. 85 a '^ocnX «..«ifiooiK^ ^^ 
^oiisscu ^"^^ ^\m \\y*-o) . ^o auar» AnMO ^^mX au^:i ^n*iiv):t oVn 

» i=af» *> t^nt^m « om. ocp <* + ^«i:3>a« ^caóaa ^^oSs^ ^^ 

Lag. p. 1 16 « T^ T<;A^ f^A:t f (B om. 5a t^^^£3r>kap>) 

» + . ^ca^ ^*aB«ncio •> [vw*^ * + 01=» J + ^:i "^ + . «^jisn "V^^:» ^^ 

zztii. 90 

ai, sa 

:^m'i«a^^o ^oA^Ao .^^UAaesn ^.^.ciae* ^ y sn ^ ^iSi^rir.m ^«u^ ^.^^ ' ^o cnX 
^ÌkHcì^ :^ÌA^fio ;^^^ ^^Aiò:t ocn .t^oS o^ ^i^^^^ «-^^ ^ \ -^ . 


.ya^aòk ^-AJ3^ n^.ir^liL r^K" .^_^^uxJO ^^^oi^rCH .aoiì rdl.! 


.m\ ^ "iioqti^D f^ftSnoH:! t^xoci^m ^ .Ao!^m ^:i jt^^ ^^ o Ao\nd\ 
.^^A^o^:t S. f. 84b ^i^AmAo .^i^a^^ ^S'ìae^ ^ni^ .^ooi t^xoci^ai Vup^o 

(B om.) ^-i^^^t ^ì\^n^o=30 .(B a\^^i^nl) a\^o:iUjA ^A^o 

k:( t^aoH \\y*-o , ^0 €nx^n A'ì^ w^Ac .^iA*v^ ^cnoauv^ ^dìcoa»:»! 
^Ùi^sno óA ^^^ ^A*^ èìcA ^A^^ ^"■^A'v^ ^i^A^. t^^^on «^^a!^ÌKcaLo 
ProT.Tl.aa .v^ •ì\y^*t» om «u^ v^:i «^2^^ .f^AÌ\29aca t^ó^n ó^^ti vy*^ .^goA 

Man.ZZT. A&^ *tt^.ì^n .'ì»^ ««^oÌk .^A^Oi<^0 .vy^n^ 2A±nl ÌK-Và^ÌK^^:( 'i<^0 

•oA «u^ f^A:i t^ia^i^Ao .mX <«.&^ood\«uo ,aA .raaif^u oA «u^:i 


"^ • • • \ ^^*"»— .-. • 

^^ ^^A .ÒKlr^ poli. reLflaCOaiX ^^^<w\^Of< .uà coi >A^^ f*74b 

eco KL»i.s« Dcp .ÀK^.i vyrc" •èuK' ^jxuijsn èur<ÌAS)a\^ r^Lsoòsni 

• • • • 

« 4- .t^XOCi^nl ^^ ìnjkuÌK ^ora^vA ^i^isocu ^^ (fi 5.1/.) f^=a^[^] Ak^f» 4U^ 

zxtU. M 

* Cod. _pi\St<Li:* 



£^i/e of 
eh. vi., ed. 
p. i6, ]. 9 

Katt. zz. le 

II. zliU. 18, 19 ^^ " 
Jer. Ut le --saoi» t<2k 

osa ^ *k|ni : 


PI.ZZ1T. 1 

of . Bz. 


A\ t^Ao .(B ^i^CU«UTt:i) t^OOUTtTt ^d\Ci^^i<^ ^q TL-SWt^-ì 

^4^ '^zao^ .009 t^'^zao^i ^i<^a« A& .^^ ii<^nA^2n 

^i^ft^oK. ìnjku^:t AasaÌk .(B óit<r\*Tì"^) àut<r\*Tì"^ ^i^^'i^ ^cn 

^ocni ^*£na« ^a>iÉ\ ^nu^ ^nil^ ^"^^^ '^'^^ ciX^ . 

od\ ocno .^A\y*S oocn 
Tt mèìca'^n^n Lag. p. 114 

^009 i^x.o:3D "^lon 


om t<^i&A^ .vy^Srai»o vyon^n^o vy*: 




^&\^i^A&o ^mom? 

« B ^Sa» 


om. ^ofp 


rdLàjjQflo x*r 


ICU r^iixa.i .Klaixdk ijSsoK'.l \\^ ,tt^n ¥n Bz. 

Ì.A^ rtliir^ .aèì Dr< «àXk' » ^^ r<'.*Uf^.l* .^AjàcÓ ^^^OaA 

• • • • 


.r^atir^ K'ìa ^èujuin .^oi& r^ijsn Gen. i. l 


^^[fioci^oi ^&\ "ìkà^^ .^óaesn ^o"^ .^:^^ ^ÌO^cA ^^^^ ,om ^i^li^fnri 

>n\^*n 't^ò^ì t^^^ «u^ ^oÓ9o 

S. f. 83 a ' + .^ 

IT* f 

K B 

^ om. 


j a^:» 

+ . 

^-iS^Cisa ^ 

om. ooi 


Od) «^-* 

fnsnci» 09 



<* B ora. 
» om. 



Tt ^^ BZ.iT. 22 

!« \^o .A.^ìau^ LfikeU.28 


(B om.) ^.T^ ^ciaiSTaa:^ " 

* Cod. om. ^i^A 


•"uA »€o ^rdjJS».*!^ f^iiajL.i ^^_oiuif^ ^vssorc'D .^^jciijoof^èìèi.i 



t^XOCi^nl t^'^^O .t^ùì:i t^XOCi^ol «aCDO^U^ t^"^^:! .m\ 

.^ft>^ ^uLtio^ ii«^o i^naoSi ^ooaX )>£aAi*o .^àran^i^ ^cu^ «uin^^o 

nsk ^S)>£a ^o . ^o oi=3 Lag. p. 112 t^ai t^-ja*^ ^o mX n^N> ^r^ n 

t<LiÌ!\ .t^Su^ t^xoci^oi o'VS^ t<^:t .^o .ci!^^ .^ ^ooaX (B t^z.^) ^^xJ\ 

Bnk. zz. ^i^!A:t t^LL:to .hH^^jb- t^:t t<Linaci& «omX k=aàu:i .^K^cn ^m^o ^omX 

Doni. zzL o'^cAfiD "IaX^^*^^^^ .t^OQua .l&i. ^i^d\«u:i ^*Vi\*\ ooi ^\^i\:ì ««cn .f^à^m» ^^^ra:b^:i 


t<l.a:^JB.i<^ ^.^t<^ t<LinA^^ .^cuii»<^o ^glSanjOll f^A:i inl^^o .^ÌOL^s 

II. zlU. 19 oSa^ÌKt<^o .^a£&^ ^^ f<^^ .^i*a^ S. f. 82 b caS»:i -r^A^m ^cao^ 

SO t^Ao .^mX «u^ t^JiA^i.:! .^Ìao^^ t^^^:^ «ua&^o .^m\^^ ^cnonià^^ 


AàSicn ^A«^ .cuu^vA jj*iT*:n t^o .^'lA&jc ^i^^'Ti t^^:i ^oi^ '>^'H> o«p 

Lag. p. 113 * ^o ^ t^^^^ ^ ^i^^&*na 

coiii °.&f< .cn 1,1 *i^ f<ociiJi r<L*i:s}Q3 cnLfioCLSoia.! .r^Luicb Pt. i. 2 

5 'o9è«aia\^o CD^axi*.ii \\'^ " rtlaa!^® ^AajiM r^Lliklf^.i f. 74^ 
• 4- e'ì^^^ .ocnae&Jo .^^oH\o ^oum^o n^\a^ .cm&iti .ea^ ^-^ ocal 

(B ^^Ciùo^Ti) ^\eiùo^^ ^cucn t<jDock^ii ^^ A^. .«al ^"^^ ^A«t^ oc» 
ca^dDO t<jDoo^ii A^. Timcofino )B«ìfii^n ,\ % ^ t^^on\ •^■n .^«\o'Ìl*o^.o oc» 

b + «Va^, c mfinccniao ^ ^%^%^^ « ^i^a*:il t^scJ^ f c»'ì^o 

^«\ i^Li'^^o .^i<^o::7ai ^:i oc» ii^'ìu^o .^ jn^Sio ^ón ^i<^o^ni 
.^CTunìA» jaoft^:i ."ìcn^o ^<^X^c» ^ciùsno )B«^fii^n n^oosa ««&^ .t<JD0o::7al Pt. il. 8 
^isnTi v^^ .^K^no t<^o^ \\^n*w t<^iSi*^:i '. ^ o q>4U> . ^o c»'ìij ^irs» ^'Ìlx-ìo 
.t<jDock^ii ^^.A-i «tC»oi\«^ti .'VSa^o c»au:*^^«\ ^ \ Vp ^ ^n\^:t c».2no& 
vw^:i 2iS^:3n .^i<^o^ii S. f. 82 a '^>a>^ oc» ^\»i .t<jDoo:£ni ^i^ ^:i t^ui 
.ìiah.o .^i^Amaa t^^«^^ A^. ^p^ .n^Som^i i^uSw'n (B t^U'ì»), in marg. ^^u) ^'^ 
^Ani .t^acc» ^i^n^i^a ««&^ «tc»oì\«^^ t<^i2i*^ .t^z.c»:i ^cn^^:i ^i^n^. 

10^^^ .^i^ìx&A t^^a^ Ai\«S ì^*\^ n^ .^i<^O^al ^^ ^-in -ih&JB. ^tl 

h . 


• r^lflocLbaJk ^è«.i coaÌz. *^.J^ KlXr^ •K'ocp K'cuifin ^Ìmi^ Ja^ 


^^^CISmjlUiX^O r^^i-x-A^ f<^\ ^a*W 'JLnZ. f^UrdX ^^Clfti^ »^ 

f^isoosni ^^èian r^iOfior^ ^a .^^.,,ocaì*ga ^Ajar^.i ciA ^A^LSoèuLao 

12 ^ ^09 ^<^:^>^a coSv 1^^ ^ui:^ ^qA\^A\ a-^o .^^ ^"^^^ ^^ ^Ho^:i 

18 w^lia'Hcin ^Oftilnfio |A .^oui^ ^^ .^a&jDPoA\ t^ ^H:i ]t.n^rA .^<^ag^ 

14 ^\ .^^^^ ii^!socuo ^o*ifc^T.o .^<\2iA>iHb itA'H |A ooi »\fvr:no .^t^a^'iLfio oai 

^o ni\*i*^o .»T*wi i\Afi0 ^ ci^^:i^^n^.o .^n*ifcn\|^*no ^o*^i*^o^ ^1^ ^A^ua^o 

i[^!o=3:i .^i<^ck^ai ^^ if^oaTi n«£3 \\y"iS»o ,^ìS»r^ ^<^a> t^sìiv^ ««ao^ 

I A^. t<lA^^ .^009 «-^.:\o^D ci9auQ\^i^!so "paaa ^sn 
\m\\^ f\fp ^o<i9 "VS)^ ^<jDock^ii ^«\:i ch^'^K. .ìiah.o .wi > ^ \yTCJ> t<Ll:i 

f _cAu>>^ ^^o >> + ^^ S. f. 81 b >+ .^oc» ìcn^ ^ticu Vusi ^Ti 
i ^caSk^o Lag. p. 1 1 1 ^ 2^:1 1 ^«\:i 


f<llf.*ia *. »^<\A«.ll rtlAK' f<CU»SiO K'ori.l t^iàJ^r^ VsQf^.l vyr^ .f<.icb li. 1^11.12 
•1..A.A ^.1 ^^^^èuK" .pOAltoJ^&ìr^ r^'i^iuSl J\lA».ia Kli\^.l ^V^ 

• + i^^'Hn^j ^nsn t<Llo ^amasio S. f. 8o b 


,:i msA "Ìa^ r» »*^*vq\^ .^ci^»'nq\ t^Ao ^o u»q\ ^lusno ' ^qL ^iwm 10 

• • ^^ • 

^ omaS'^^o .Of^o^L .omAiA^.0 .^<Liai t^^^^^ti mra^ riA >*^*vq\^ .ìen^ Matt. xUi. 
^luTi ^o*k>UN\ ^cisaaq!^ ^:) ^gaA^tt .^cu^eu *^o«v^a2n t^A:i .q-V^vw le 

j^^iiA'Hdìdì^o ^«C^ciXo .^d\'ÌL*'i^) ^d\oA=:^ ^ ^ oq\'H'ìi>q\^o .^i<^ci::7ai ^i^ 

e .Xì^ -VàX^ <J om. *^^A^ • ^Hsiix^ .^iS^:i Lag. p. no ^ + oc» 

K + ■\\y"ni t<jDoci^ni ^)\o .^i<^ck^ai ^^si:i ^^^ 'VaXi^ oo» ^:)<n\2^ ««&^ 
.^oùi (B om.) ^ìu:3>:i ^^v^o^o .^i^\^ni t<CxiAi=3:i ^^o^t^it t^i^coco 

.^^M^n\^ na£3 ìc9s^:i vw-»^ .^om ló&S» t^^o^ii ^i^:i - *^i>^ czua'Vk. 

^ t^!^iiCino .t^AS. ^ ^«uo:^ |A (B ^qeu^ ^du:») ^qì\»^uS> t<Li^n\ Jer.Ti.20 

t^A .o2iAU=3:to .A^ ,i\-nn*-o S. f. 8i a t^A ^da^ao» *^kciui^ t^.^^^^ 

of . Bz« 


OXSL^O .^ Atrt!J.i f<ca\f< ^ ivA.i aijMr^o oifikA rtllcaa 

f<Ìfifiao K'^CUm ^t^^Ii»^!^ v^^.*ucb ^ .r^iiÌLA^f<aa.i ^rdlsLiQÀ .*ua 
.aaèì rtlXr^ .CL»aa rtll ^^ocoisn .*uiLao ^.t<Ài 'r^.i ocb »2a' f^L&.i.i 


f. 73b 

Deat. z 

• • 

rai.1 K'oa^^^ %Jr^l9 10 

Gai. 111. is «TAo^ .^KlfittAH Ajk. r^^i\2a.i^ Ai^ °ocp «^^.1 A'^'sa .r^lsocua eoa 

_ • ^ • • • 

• t^aJL^ S. f. 80 a. Lag. p. 109 ^ ^^m\o^ 

e + \sn^ t<Ll^ .-^a-»no ^:\ ^^ :»*•>> q^^ ocn^^ .ìen^ \>*k^7» t<Llo 

.^Hnio ^dg\u |iL^ X^-:» t^H^^o .t<Li^Ho&o ^i.^a=>o .i[^!a=3:i:i 
^(T^ ^o^^A.^1^ ^\*-^^ .(B ^^ousn^o) ^^rno9>^ ^VuiHuv^ ^^^i^à>^o 

h ^ ^..saoi^ ^ om. ^-saoi^ J ^i^:t:i ^oaS^ ^ ^o^r^o * t^A 

r<^.iinft):u.l 3 

•-- — _S^ . 

«^cik» ioLk..! OGoa .r^acp .*ui:L cpì\^Aiji,no co.i^r^la ^ 

ft^i.^sfi r^v\^ ^^ ^^^OciA ^^.llr^O .^1CLSIQ.1 f<Ì^'Ì-M W ■ *ga V 
IO •'^^_ociA K'oqs jacoi f<iui\^ AA.1 caia' .^^^^^oAvJfLl.l T<T<i\^ft> 

t<lA«^ .|A n-t<^ \^^ ^àSk€n t^A .^)\ciX^o^ ^l\^ m^Ti : t^^fio^:! cn^i^n 
.«acÒ» OaOisw^ *^n£n t^^ ."^Bfio i^ou^ ^:i<]9 t^ .ii^lasnao n^^q\^ ocm^ 

d + •:• A ^^ *>»^ "^.^ J3AUO t^A A-«^ 4&=3n^A ^^ «-\j^^ «jr^^ 
.^i<^Ck^ii «tcmo^^ t<l\B 'Ho^.i t^A:t .t^AAao ^i<CBAae& Aa&oi ^<Ix^ai 

)0 ;f<^A:nz. »£n t^n^n .oriA ^ocn aui^:i ócna ..ooA ^oai ìcànaoo 

lCal.ÌT. 4 CO.V1X. r^lJLCLSiQ.l r^LsoÀsni ÌA.i&\r^ .r^ll^OD ÌJSQK'o .^lArtlL» 


^•aoèio .^KllJJ.lO ff<ll.*iJ3a.& ^^CUk.*|A&.l w»*^ .^K'GoAf^ rt^Ì.M.1 

4«v A \- • A^ 

Man. T. IT f<ii.f<.i Aù&\f< r^.i r^LiSkoo Ìa^ i^r^ .r^Lfioàsoi ^&\ €U»a 
r^ JLj-fkOD rditoOMl .'^rdldoK':! r^f< .kUJLi r<Aa f<floaMÌ 

Aa&cd f<lfl9asaj .f<ièiapQo ora rollai.! ^Klflocoai ^&\ .K'ìèiyjsn 

\ • • • • • 


f. 73^ Kljaocoai ^.1 cucb .«^^JJ^ >xab. cuva^^K" KlAf<o r^l^LÒso ^o^ 15 
r<lr.'*3A ^ àftgy^AiA r^\jìaj^ »cooAuf< Aji^kcb r^LaoàjsnÀ .rtUiuo 


+ t^t^A^n S. f. 79 a ^ om. ^oA^ <: y^:i^ ^ + ^&^ B 

« od» ' t^axsk ^sarÙ ff + .^i<^ck^ai ^^ > ^^Xs» t^A^ >* + .^^ 

> + ^:i J f^-imo ^ B om. ^i<^À^ . . . ^<u ^ 

Lag. p. 108 P + ^-i-i^vaA .^cuAs^o ^ ^^ 

r 4. .^"^Bcu ai=a auleti 51^ \ Ano t^\^ir*\ t<jDock^ii oioi 

< om. ^:i " t<^:9>fià=3 "^ w^A=>Hcin 

D. 25 


ceno ;^ cur^ t^^'V?^ ^-^5^?^ r<Ao .reLa>à»i ^-ij^.i r^'ìcutoK' 
K'jaDÓmis.l .icD K'^al èvAjj^ r^.iiyT"g3 ;,^jaif< ^0^?n\ rela^.! 

rdftijSQ ^^oaÌ ÌMr^.i JlX^q .f<Ai\ikr^lsa.i ^f<lx.ia«ia r^èuiOM^^sao ^ 
v • • • X 

•'iurt'èi.TM r^f< :ui^ 7b.*WS}Q Jl^ "r^co .K'iviMrio ^^_oià.i^^ kA.1 6 

•rdulOr^ K'ia.isaa .^a^rt^o .^^aab..ièi.i Kllr^ iaifiafin rtljLcb.i (Acd ^•72b 

* ^ Of.IlLZl. 8 

f^.z.CD dUftf^ ^oriai «^Aco .r^òìTìJ^ ^mAttiMOì^r^ \ %\€0 r^^s7{ 
• Ola èvàX K'èiCU^L^l .f<cQ\r^ 

^ftl^.lO r<^\^iT^ rdJ^àsni «acn^.l V^ ^^^_oÀu^.*U *J^JM^ r^lOJL 
•^ALsQ ^%?n\A\A Wifift!^ .ciUMJC. ^oiÀ può casi.i coi .r^L&jj.i 

r^vn .icfittOQ Ai\cD f^Lao&sni ^Ajk.o .jLax».! ciumjci "órijt«»i ^.1 
20 r^li^Sis^ >>9^^ r^.l reL»i:sn.i ciutocooi .r^LiSkcb ÌMrt^o ^kIaAI .*UO.*ia Pt. zlx. 7 

r • 

f^L&O.l Aika f^^rtU-^klfl» *90^ f<èui*Utr^o .^r^Lx^ 

Lag. p. 107 * .<«^riA^ti ^i<^ck^ii ^^:t ^Hcifio^ .^^ *. ^ì\iLo ^ + <-=ioq\ 

' Cod. tiauDoS^o « Cod. 



• • 

aoA èvAa .K'èifluO^.i f^iv&^co K'èiLna "i^ìAjmA ^A^nuLà.i" 
f<iufl^.i r^&\.i:k. .r<èiz*:Mi ^r<'&\.v^ ^min^^i f<:\.i .^iA&f< K'&ìCUJDDr^ io 
'rt^Au:iiji».l ft^iMOT^ vyf<o ^r^UA9 r^Lai^ vyr^ K^snl.l •K'GrAr^:! 
f^.lO 'r^lXM f^.lo' K!s\o^^ r^.lO rdAili .V^ f<Af< .vJ^cnl Tli^ 
l^r^ ^Aa31 ^cb^ K'ciArt' r^i^ni ^K'èi.i:^. "r^L^èu» u^ .^rdao a » 

i€o ^A«t<lA .^onaìsn ^riA^ t^'^fin ^<^a^ aiti ^<uó> ,^^im 

r ^iuAo (B t-^ nftj») [? t-^na^] n^SoSbj» • om. i^jk^ t<L^:»o 

àuci "rdl.! •Ìjsqk'o i^i:» V«*a^ 'ìi^ °èuf<i*i:50o AuK^AXa.! JJ***- ***• 

5 f^Ljtxsn ijrsQK'.i w-»*^ .f^r'in ^,ekcoJ'isu^:ì t<\ nna t. ^^^ocqA 
•xiaèiKi ftlX r<ì!at*.Txi KU*oi A^.i ^f<l&.ici^ .r^zJUiaX ^^^nniiau 

rdX ".À.*!^ k1xa.txi r^U»oi A;k..i '"v^Aik .oA xiaèizi r^zjrt^.i caia 
IO A;k.n ^^cucb ,tAA.i^^ r^lZft.To r^U»Oi A^.i '^^^^oicb ^oA Asèizi 

* + .«•<» ^ «lA^i^:! ^p^acuis (^'ÌL=ifio<n t<^'Ho^ ì\a^ .t^Aìi^ànca -ì^»^ ^oo»Aafc.:i ProT. xìt. 
^ ^ • "^ 12 

K + .t^*A»^ ^oicA:^ cu^n^^o .^i^aux^riia co^aioi t<lA:i à i \^ t^^«^^ .^^^n 

oosA:^ ^..saoi^o ..^«lA laaìnaLi ^ Ta o Lnkexxiil 

.^^oA jaci-pT, ^^.tt^jcn ^^ .^Aii^nfioTi *^n£n t^»-^o .on^N>?t 

(Lag. p. io6) .^^^n ^A&n^^n y^atJir^Ti om mh^ ^^. ii^^iSa^i. ««&^ ^?l ^..saoi^o 

^«\ÌB&=a t^lAàn^ .t<^aB^no t<^o^^ ^duil^aasn m«i\a^^ ^ro .(B i^ciA^oQìt^o) 

.^0<lA ja&Ì:i i^ra^CU»:! ^uiSO ii^Li^'n ^|\7I OO» ^<^^«X5\& .^ftoA A=a«VJLl 

■]\y^n ft^iVnft» 

oViiìi rei\.ia .^^ÌAsnf< ^ASA.vi2n.i .W\nT\^ ^ '^.^^olamì^.! 

^^^^ootìaVv iMft'.l *^^Air^ i^^oirt" ^^OD.i »V\^*ga .^^_ooa»2ÌA^.i s 
Katt. TiL .rC'i^snr^.l r^l^LOnl iiTiiN.i f<T iVin ^^CL^^òX ^^o^r^.i «^.i-^^ 

a^.lAì '^^,^ocix»lr^& ^O .rd&a^^ ''^^.^W r^K'.l'' o^ ^o 



ZZ^T. 11 ^^ ^^ ^^ 


Vy*»^ .r^f<^i.>^fti\ ^^^A^\yio .^r^lalvk rtLàJkìa r^li^ f<UiLv 

18 Ì=LAfisl.i ^.1 ^ . . r^r^lO;^.! r^lacu» «XCL&A ^rdlcUb. &\ortlA^)9 io 

' ^'^Cifio 6 ^ coito h i^£i«^:) ^ + ^:i i \>*^<g ^ ^^ci=aa£^:) 

^ + .^gwaiao ^orm^ieu au^i^As>:\ .^i^iSmcn^ril oTins^rAo S. f* 77 b p ^i\cxi 
<i + óiAi^ilaoo ' + .^oiaOU^ QOAfiDH^n ii^H^'iae.Ti ^:\ ^«\i*nao 

* Cod. ^K^Xosus» > Cod. ^o^ 

•^o •Klau.Txi KUtoiA Ìa^ ÌJ^ .^ori.1 ^caA:^. ^^^.o^ ^i^r^ 28 
^23QO f^!:^.! ^o KLuLfa.1.1 ^^o •K'^rV.i ^Alr^ ^ ^AXu»lèco 


kO *> om. >Vp> ^ ^ft*itiV^ <* + ^L£k ^ « om. "V^X^ 

* om. ^..ninsa " 

^ om. ^o(p P «^ni^i^v:! <i ^oai 

r t^BA^oovn (Lag. t^oA^o^o) Lag. p. 105 

• ^^niHA ^<IuAiL 01^ (B it^^ni^DTi ^cucn ^^!ae^ruio) 

^^ cucimmo 

y Ain^o (B om.) 

• • • _ • • • ^^^*-~- • 

16 "k'.ióAo .cnryigX f^lsoM^ ^ K^-*30^. gtA r<^n\^i.i .r^ciAf< i^r^ 

'a 1^1 'nr^ eoh\^i% Ciri *wo .A&1.1 .T»oi.i cni\T*w ftliaf<a 
17,80 f^llAÓo ^^^ciA jjAèuei rtl\r^ ^.r^ÌJMi 'r^LlÀV. ^^,..0^71.1 rdlAirt' io 

rdi^Iv KlaLirt^ ,t<\iT\o ^r^lAiia «^ia^r^.i r^.iooriA °,iin\a 
88 KSmlaÌx. ^» >; Vt ..1 rcè^i^rc' :**^^CD ^.^oca^H^r^La ^iaèifikO .i^Kla 15 

Lag. p. 104 • W*^ ^ p^^x. ^ ^e^*\i^ .^iu^ ** ^rum 

S. f. 76 b « ^TiciA:» ' t<CxiSi=3Ti t<^^de. 

AoUzT.18 Sàix yi^ t^:i y^^ "VS»^ t^^ ii^a&^^s» .-^ìLk. ^ ^o» ^.^7iaS>:i 


' Cod. -^ 

r^^CUu» ^1à eoa r^ocp Aur^o .Kl^ir^ Ajk. èuiJO r^Oqa •sai^lx.o 
f<èir^o .ft^i*^Ti,i r^èujii&o r^l:^if<.l ^i^IzjaIO .ru^^ èi:k»siiK'3 
^VsaK" °r^f<o «AoAr^o cocisk naOa ^^Q\^t. iÀrt^.i r^!la .A 

Oduaa^r^ ÌJSqK' rO^i^.i .f^Liijsn.i cia:da\èi& AiìjL.t»o è\a«A»Ait< ^^ ^ 



^ èiAS JLÌ& rcAo .^ ^r^.i vyr^ .r^lZfrio r^LwOÌ ^..^.OoA ocnu 9 
r^liiìs A.AAai ^r^lJLcb .. ^^o cometa A uà.io •K'èiClltaAcasa ^^ooAo 10 


OciXftlo^ A.^ rt'ii^ ^^CCdOAfio^.! .r^oArtA ^^jnèur^ ^iftil*!in 


*i^OLlcb f<iai»r^* ^-5jJ ^...14.0 .f<èif< •-..^:2* ^^^ ^t^*'' Jà^ f. 7ob 
K'èi'ifXLB f^laoso tVifiT.o f^LittA ^^.^OfiA^ lèìcA Ó&\1 ."^ xspr^a iiatt.xi.28 

S. f. 76 a ■ ^flA& ^ t<iai*io « + ^-^ 

i + .t^29aS>2k.Ti ^^\n ^ (B + A) ^^ t^Sio^ Asia?io i .^1^0 

^ ou'Vk.o * t^*3^ ™ ^K^aa » om. oocp ^ ^x^mo 


< ^HoBo^ ^<uó> ** om. ^ 

» Cod. ^:^ 

^.iAo9o r^ljLa».! ^Kljaoasai vyK" ^^^oèur^ ^ia^^cno ^^_oèur^ 

r^lAiieu\giK'.l Kljjr^ 02^..!^ 'kAo ^K't^Là^» ^Klnjjix. ^^^oool r^ocpa 
•^^cA ai.\L .^cb.i ^ciiAik. f<!^ai.i ^^iìK'o ^^ ^.ULiÀ&ìK':! 5 

^XSfìr^a rtlXfHi&i rdl&Xcu ^ ooqs CLLM^cn.i ^ i\ lt< '^ 1 T lt< 

of.Aota ^.cièurt' Af< (^f< f<Ta\^ ^^ooA &\ÌJsbr^o coóiXsk r^i^ ioòo 
XT. 7 ir. ^^>- ^^ ^» — ▼ 

iooJb^ 3a2fi9r^ f<èicml 

• • 

• • • ' • • yf • 

.coèu'io ^coftiwjsircla itN^n.i .*u> rOr^sna .^^xjjuii&.i r^UÀJLl 

* Cod. ^^1^ 
D. 24 

^AXJsaèvKJSQ ^^^^^oacpòso .r^Lsf.m r^Uioì^o .rtUiuz:^ ^j^cuu coiaio^ 

Kan. ziz. 

^>i.t^o -ì^^ 94J ^^.^oooftlèi ^^^ODcalo .coèièuf^ .ficaio aiMr^o e 

IO ^.1 ^^^ca\ f^lAdJQD ..jlÌAJ f^i\ r^Lx^\js «Vgit r^ciAf<3 Aa&cÌ» 

Jr<U.20iT<9 ÌaSmi^.!^ vyr^ .rt'iviiMOi rtla\.i f<èiiOi^ r^l^toisai 

A.^0 .^reLaO^ Ajk- i_OA.ltAì r^o r^L\ijL ^^oaI "^oiciUrt" •'•'• *^' • 

•* — — ^ • su 

15 .r^i^r^ià!^^ r^iuLa ^.1 ^ ^oco •cm.iJ^K'o ^^l rt^.Tu^ dJJQ^.l rur^ 
^ ^f<oq3 r^ .f^Lia^j< ^^.%a^ r<lj[jj J^f^ A^.i r^liLlrt^ v^r^ 

>iT*»to /^^..i».! |CDCu>f< oAuf< i!^">.i ora .>lz.iórt^l ''r^AfiajjO 

• (B t<^cu\o^t<:ii) t<oAo^ ^ + [^^=3^ "" (B s. u.) [<»^ . % ovi\ o 

* .^OwinH • ^=lfiQ^ri^O ^ -tól^^ « .fcjs» \S3n^ <..=lOQ\ 

» + ..^osA n om. ^n*> o om. ^1 ^n*> p ^nsa^L <i + ^^ S. f. 75 b 


occp ^xssQr^a .f^iitoa Aoskr^i %Ar^ r^3 cccp ^ift\*ga 

f. 69a ^k^iHmK'O .relxl^ eoa èiff^.! pa.lM ^Acukf^l ^yJreiX KLZk^ioQ rt^X^ 

^Alf^D .cnT^ > f^\ \\i lUf^ .ale» ^K^fU» ^:i .ooqa ^ij^rc" 

^aàLso èuKlj-iv»!^ «soèi reLa'iMf^o Mcuirjli rtlfloàsoi rd^^M.! 

il^flUÒo rdÌJLa\ cufloK'a •r^i\.*i^.a aaoa.i rdA-nAcvao r^Hooi 

■— ■ • • • • • 

r^ijDGU ^ r<^ijiiT*yi.l r^boshA oiÌmO .Ktl^g K^ giV»^ casa o.i:;i^.l 
r^èinlL ^cni^ r^èuaù'èvfk eiacula •KLx.ctMi rOaocCMil cdÌ\io^ii 
*«:» r<l>Vaft>.tf .1 r^icb Oa^D .ì^»! ^ acni re'Aò ^a.LIk'i r<:«3aM!^.i ^® 
•^^MiAoèirtCa f^èi.T^.1 K'iub.tJD i^èA^ ^li^rc'o ^i*win .Ia&cd ^u» 

"^iM r^34J^c^ ^^iauAÌìr^ .QftAfloir^ cai rc^cqdit.i .f^Aì.i^» ca\ik è^ocp 
^i%x.0i .r^ocal Klx^.1 ^uumAxi^o /poAsLiOr^ r< u%\r ÌJ3aj^*ih\ 

oro. jeif^N-^ ^ + vin^ <^ + ^^ '^ .T»ou\*i ^\*uiii 

* + .^i^fioa^yiisa:! vwii^ ^oi^o ^ + ^<xA s ^^H^ 

j f^aAoèvo k +èu^^^i\ l ^nfttn^Ti .^^ Lag. p. 102 "» ià^ 

n+^A *>om. ^i^^oA n-k S. f. 75a * p ^-^^^su ^o 

«1 oro. n^^oasa ' Aa ^o • + [tAx-^o^ i^oXM^i^ ^^ttus^Am] 

* + ^ »» oro. ^ ▼ -^AjL^ot^ "^ + t^ 



ruirc'o /ft^t ^t\ jujas.i .Tf^v^^n f^ocp^ vy»?^ ooz^ f^Dq3 i^cuaMO 

• • • • • 

r^LAf^ nftì^^ ^ft^uiT^.i COBOL.! Tt^ViMin /cia\ èiVMK" •&!<* iena 

• • • • 

''K'.iKIjL cni^ ajDL»>iff< ^x»cdd •vOJM 
I .^èu-Mo co\\Ji.i ^f^A^iCLo ^Jsn 

«sioèio ..ciAa! Qcufi»ire' "^ccp è\^Juèif^ paaiiCU ""rtlldkCD «co 
*f<SajaiV>^ r^oqa inv^g kiL^ r<!j'iajr^ kUilaLx. :ua .ar^ ^.i 

.Tujf^ i^coIk' "^relai^ A^D .^^CULMaLl r^ trinino ^K'èuÌDKlsD 

f<\ .1^.1 0003 ^ÌJMff<o .f^èiiur^ ^yjf^ .iftii* ff<i.i oocp ^AfiJbo 

• • • ^ • • 

•sioèi f<iv»f^o • • ^ttufloif^.! ^K'èOLiABa f^èu^'ì^ ooqa iiunT^yi 


■ jii^ jiins^^T\ ^ om. ^ofp ^ òm. ^oo ^^aoaesa 

^ oro. ^^^Jt^fio ^ìiat.o « ^^cnn^o f ^..^^oxmTì k w«\qXiii 



K Vi 4 

^...Éitiww S. f. 74b * om. ii^o<p i -toTic^ii^ 

^ t^A^^cua 1 oro. ^Vf^DO "* t<^aio " «lo» .a\o<po ^ ou^^ 

p + ^^ 4 ^)iuSot^=3:i r oro. t^=3ii^ ' ^^iMi^^h^ ^ ^^tM lOn^ 

« oro. ^^»Xm J^o V oro. n^oOLiusn ^ + ^ociqa.«T\ 

f^ijLii f^iinopn^^ 

.Tja r^U»OÌ.i ^r^lLjjC «^..mlf^ rcUÙQ.i coèisòpceAs ^U» .V^o 
^f^X^r^ pOLjja» ruao >Ax.iór^la f^èifluxk>r^.i r^Lil*» f^^cp ^:ui^ 

i\^ f^L^jDaSk^ f^&iacDCCso .*ua ^ Ài^ 'r^liA^cb .relM».! i^èt^.*!* 
coA AiuD •&!LajJ.i K!l2LÌff< .''«^èu^ìèi •iCUtr^o'^ •r^'ooAf^ ^i-sa 

Ì:^f^o >^^^^Agiaifttn eoa r^acp xsnL,i ocb .Kli\^flaa CDDÌ!Vg& iu 
^^^ f^èu» vA K'cqdèi f<Ao .Kll.*iaf<A A|f<l v^o^ v^jki^ ooA i 

f^tliVT, «^&ISI ^DÌ.VLO .f^*lfl \ \ COJL^LO Tt^l\^rfl .*|2Lk. ^^aCO 

^r^ocp oaMz..! :uiA K^..^^ ^ 'oA&f^D .rc'iAaQ.i oo^ÌjbA K^\\?i 

:UkO •K'itpQ a\ *i it^\ ^iìr^D .DDcp ^AÀAnl CDOÌ!\^ Af3 tifisi 
.f^f^i\gfi\ f^ocp v^coff^D ,^,i?^ rC^èi.iaA cox^l ^.onoia r^acp 

i ^ ^n ^^ *^ om. o ii^)\=acoo^D ^ om. ^ 

^ '■ T'^**^ ^cuit<!i ^i^uia:i ii^Vv=acoei^'»=ao Lag. p. loi > ^^usw^H^ 

J + i^^^sni^ oA^a >« .^^Mi^ » jai^n^o » om. ^o<p 

■> om. .^i\t\Vj ii^T\ocAo <> om. ^^ p f^lsnocnisa 4 [i\^] 

* Cod. r^A-^ • Cod. majao 

•^AAf^ifliAK'.i rddOL^ ^rdftìsa ^ìiit..! Aa&co \\fi9 ^.cnsa Ainlic 

KIIajjAo ^r^Lx«.*|jD rtU»OÌ\ qolU» ^VnT.o /coa&ii^ r^Ll^LACoA «Sif^ 

• • • • 

^ • • • • 

5 •rc'iì.T^ Aàì. ooA K'iìrCo .f^^n\, oca .JSa coA «aIsl .r^LilfiftUSn 

om.» J^jOz..! A.^™ ,rt^^^É DGoX col rtlfiausis ■^^^*y^ jaoèi r^o 

• • • 

"^a^nJC .coèiculiajkjsn" àia .in^ìo .ftilAili.i •a^AìK' ff<i\.iabX r^r^ 
^^ixyiKOo Xy^ ^relolifloD QoufloiK'o .^KUSkCiiD KllJfof^ cbA^ 
o ^^^ayiftt\ ciulaX %^r^^ .f^oqd r^llACD ttufloir^^ ^^oiZai rOLT^ 

^ t^I^'i^^ Ck^a n^AifiD^iAo ^a\o«\ii^ ^oaii:i -ìenu^ «..sao^^o Xs. Tilt 18 

Qoca^A ,^isy>n^ ««^aoA t^AisrsSt^so . _ cu ra ^:i ^^q!L=> ìc^a^^ onio .«^ot^sa^ Jer. xril. 

^ • -^ la 

^ ^«Obn:i < om. \nr. J cn^n^i^a k ^^o^o:\ ^:ia!ia 

1 + ^1^^ (B ^:id«:i) ii^Scu:i t^^n^A ...saoA cy>n;nr. ^jS^ ^&^:i ^ou^n] 

P + . ^i<Lonfi0o oa&fioS^ ^^.^a^^ oói=a ^oco oun^ .^ t^i^i oói=a "pnoo^i 


«I + -^Li^ r nx^ .^.Q^qiAfiaX • + .^hV^ cwv-i\ S. f. 74 a 

■\\n r^Uiojto^A:! 

XXIV .*f<»^.l ne'èix.ctuA f<Qa\f< cào.'jiaL.i •:• rtl^^aiK'o ^ifia^.i ^ ortlÌÀi 

Ajw. «aoiì ff<i\f^D .^^^ccoX rdfiaì» «aai\ rdlo reUioco^.l 

• • ^ • • • 

^.1 ^cn r<^i>;;g r^L»i^ix\ ^liub .r^!jLÌM «;^ A:3aifti\ 


'**'^**^ ."dui^ioco^ ^^aia.ii\i.i r^liA^^fio» 

10 ,yn>n\3 f^io)^ •r^cno3.i «^lo3^ .K'cia\r<'.i r<'ia\^ ^.ifC^^ i^rc".! 

^0 ccH f^:n\n eco f^io!^^ >yiiin\j Wiol\^ ^^^oAuk" ^Ìaa> rCxsao io 
Ìj\^ »cb f^sjj , JyiV\\ eoa K'iJp KIaÌjm .eoa jaècaoX i^coAi^ 
jaoèi ^kIa^jli^o .r^crAr^.! '"oas.riosa èuai f^lfll\^ 'óaLftèuff<.i ^r^èiri;^ ^f^oa^f^ KLftis«.i coiua 1Cl\^ ^KL^'ijjf^ r^ioQCUa i^oooJ .ÌJ^f^ 

* rdSQALk. «L olirlo .f^snsÌL^ ^^c^cia^L^ cia\ ^^oakfiAia .^acul^^i 

^nuftioK' J^ftfio^ /Kli:bo.i cDia\\ Afisi 'Ò&1.1 ^^^oùnrcliD r<'KUì;;fi» 15 

• t^AacxAo (B ii^:icu:i) n^Hcu:) t^^n^ n^cxAn^ n'pr,:i n^ou^n 
^ om. ^n^Tipm) • . . . ^ix.:io ^ om. n^m\^ ^ + oà» * wca^^o 

.^kàiHtt^ ^^n£L ^^:) ^42^:1 ^^ ..^Vu^ 

Lag. p. 100 ' o«^ * + ^ -lon*^*:» cnoAii^Tt <iiÌua!ìo ^ GauHon^ ^fblio 


ocb r^LzJlvA ^o.l «...J^ i-MK'l vwrc" .f^èid^^J&O f<\Jf. 




Sta kU.«»13 oiA KlftftlSkO oouA .Mn A .rt^i.Tfk r^i\fV coiUfKla^ 6 
^.1 *f^\yOiftiiir^ .. W*g«i*n .\ n^^tWD CDIC^ f<\èièi f^Aufti.SA«> 
^U» f^UfSn °^.i fOLoa ^'^iniuAeg re'GoXr^ AnnnX ^a.Mad3 A^ 

.^f^lav» ^_OAÌua ^^ci^ jiiTiT. f^cbo v*^^ 


^ ^"i^L ^^au9<ii .^goiàSn p!L^ 2^ t<!ic\^ ^n^iv:» ^^jLi^ 
^oun^ ^ \^*T3 ., ^Ai¥iS> .^ouoa» *t<Li^c]9 n^^^^r*^ t^^^C^ ^A^t^LAo 

ouiaacn :ioui*i ^p^oco f^»^T) ..cìZìaI^Iiì^ .^o 

.o^n& t^A:\ A^w ^:)«vsD if^iLo t<!i(?A]^;2n .^cnoXà^. 

\ ^ \ xiniLT 

^n*c]9 .^oè\t^ ciinfti^=3T\ ^■V*tV\ Jo ^:i "p'Vsa .-t^nafioo 

« ;^£A^:i t^coi&A:) ^^ ^orpo .»n^l UAfioSii^:! n^^o&i^^ ^ r^ 

K oro. ^"ìfin >i + .^ *non^» ìu=an\ oi^n^ oirrnr,:! ;t^à^ije.t^=3 ^suì\«i:i ^^ ^ ^' * 



X¥l. 26 

X¥l. 84 

isffrCiìK' rd4GQL\^ .rd^.iflA Ì^^jm^vli^ rd\f^ .^r^ÌSff.1 oilla^ 
f^iCLisa K'iflLiX.i ^.1 cucD ^^èi ófiAi.i K'èuidkOJ K'iaA Àr<:i 

■ inif^^n^ 


+ ^ 

e .^«ao ^ + ^qai<\ t <si--io S. f. 72 b « + .^^ *" + 

n om. |A • ii^u£L=a p [f^nnm-i _q!^A\ ^1^:10] B sine uruis 

4 + -pn^a^o «^^o jii^cua aua:\ *. f^ni»:) f<^ns^:i n^^oqp^io "^la^ t^!aBài 

•ns^ ^q camcA^ . _q ai=a f<C^^aun^ A&o *. 0901 
' om. ^i^n^ • + A^ 

cniV^p^ ^1^ ^1^0 . ^g na^gg^jio _q cw\*^'n ^q cw^n^ _q aca^A\ t^Ti q ciaX au^:i 

HnmlMrf ^^\^q\ t^:) .^oocn ^ìen^o •^qcmsn ii^I^'i^^ a^ìi^.:! ^.=i|Ìi>a .t^nnwi t^ìfin^ 
vw^ '.^Vun^ ^Àn^ Aft^^oi t^[i^c]9 ..^cnr»!^ (Lag. p. 99) ^ ^&^ ^K^S^ 



J^!klao ciraMOÀ r^L^.ir^ J^uAifi^o . ^.Donulur^la rtlSA^uii 

"ca\<Xfi» JJL.O •col f^Dcp ^...j^l r^TM »cdc.vì:^ vyr^ 

>o Ajw. ^^^Oire" ^OMoioo r^lAAOi ft^tSfi^ ^^..^r^ ^o:U1JL.o .K^mCL» 

% • n** ni** n^* \|D **\ 

* «.^o jii^oB^ b ^AAO ^ o^Ara^n^ f^ji^cno .^ij^EuiaB.^ 

+ ns^ .^^coa (B oncu) oncun^ a>\^ t**"^^^^ ^Asr^uio ^'a\f<C2n ^:) ^o iòio 

i -I- oooi ^ au^nLftauo Lag. p. 98 * ovura ^ oni. ^.^a»«m^ 2^ 

. ^q ciaX ^o<ii ^\y|\r. t^LA ns^ .^^niw^ ct^^ifio:) ^g iiìaX Ìì\Hdo^o 
^ + oc» " om. oói ^ (H Aa^cD) A^cn] 

* Cod. nra^o ' Cod. -poToo 

ca:k^ f<iìnft>:u.l 


ft^il^D .^'tt^iWi ^K'icDCa.i rc'.iCLSn^ ^^ooA jaca^.i ccb 

f. 66b .aonu i^ciAk'.i ^t*à?i\A\& 'f<ÌJtt:k. Af<* .rtlfloàsai.l cii^aJÌa.TSiu 
/KLfti:^.! *cD.TaL^D oosomÌ Ajl. r^èixjla eoo» ,a.\\^*wd .^^doA 
^au*»iD f^èiosf^As ^loQsièuLSno f^èiaofiwa ^Mj^aAi t^w vwr^ 5 

èiOLJ ^f<\.i .0003 ^ìj^K" f^èiOJLfnna '»'*Uf.iCDO r^Àiki 
^9\r^^of^ ..^aif^ ^tt^*w\y.l .V\y'^ .m*yi^ .1 it^^^ >:k.D f^lx.àsn 
f^U.àsn Klai oca ^ ^^_aizi.i Oj^JV^k'd ^dfxn r^H^i^ ^it>ii»d 

Vi ^^ • • ^ — •*- — • V 

• • ^^^ • • • 

K'oqd ^ìn*w Klsaias.i rt!2«i^ ^^^caii:^ ^i u\ Jk •^^^coou'i-a.T:^ 
^Docp ^.1 ìfèu.i ^ *in M^** .^ i*3n'ÌAA ^aX-Mmci ^èir<lM ^r^ca\f<\ 15 

Oif^ J^rCo Klfti-M Tb.tji ^js^ K'iea JiiAM rdif^ .rd^.*|fiaa.i 

Dccn g^na-j^r^ .1^ »-ai ny ^1 T*ga uo ^dirc^a ^^cucp c:i«ud 

"» J^X.m«vsD:i " om. T^*^ <* + nu 



1 Olt^^^ifiO 


om. n^ciaX^i^ 


_p^CIJ^ ^SOO 

" ^<LAo S. f. 72 a '^ ^^cij4>jBin«.d\:» 

1«» .CDiiù ^i\\.i ^Alf^ Tuk. oriT^i ■iiu'-gn r^'icul .la&a vJi^ 

eoa .^iKll ^i^ai^o *»...èif^.lo jjìcLon coèifikO.i .r^Lo.vfi» .inv'wV 
I i T^T^yi f^èio.iGnuDDi r<i%T*ga*io .ooqa i^L^ciA jjiclo èu.9.1 

• • ^^ • • 1 • 


WèiifiLU»^ K'èiiuf^ '>u^ Je\i ocb^ .K1X.ÓM r<ai 000 A^ K'èubLa 
^K'f^l^^sno .oA ^003 èv«f^ r^^ux^ixx K'èiiure'.i .V\^*go ..aèioAisJSn 

IO f^AuL^isas OjJI.i .fi:^! iu£ r^KU^^^ r^'iure'o .eoa >i oq3 
^^oicDr<'"»CD04«K'o , .'"cn^giv tt^^nv >A WkSsoX^o .^^cui^ oqbo^ 
«^K^^i V\o KlsaJL^ cn*yìs\ .121^.1 r<'H^ii& ^^Jlij.iA i^oqa ^ndls-^i 
r^i\oèif^ ^ca\ik^ ^cb.l 000 .Klx.0^ Aa^. f^èueJLa ooq3 .iW^n^gno 
r< M iiT. r^S "iv ^cbi ocb .r^^^\ ff<ca\r^ ^^ 17 v ^rOju»o 

15 ì fti V KlfticiJM JL^ •«èuf^.i oca .^.^oaisìio^ rui:^ W^'iSnèio 
f^iox. vyre" ft^i^ 02AO0 .aoLfl»! relsa^ «^lÀ.i ocb .«^aikso 

• \ • • • 

.r^!jL!9b.i '*^\ /%*%*-! ^^^ocoX «Ajj.i oòo ,.\n\, '^.fl^crìinn.1 \ \ n\o 

iuff^l ocb .^Gui\z.f^o r<l».il ^^^co\ jDL&r^ r^i^l r^LSkr^A ^o 

20 ^^^oai.\ .ssca^ r^JjLsn.i "cn*nvo .rc^i ^ t. ^Jsn t^x \ yn ^^^ooiA 

S. f. 71 b. Lag. p. 97 " + .^ato»»^^ 2kaAo ^oaiViL=a ^néàsLo « + 


^Ajd ^^^_gcDA\V\^y*w ^^_asLM«èièi ^^GOàiLir^ ^^^^oèur^ ^^^^aJj^mIo 

Wfff • • V \ •" • 

• t^* fc-S*^ onra^jE.o *» _ft^q\\^Ti*^ Lag. p. 96 *^ 

^ _ oguàLa^ » .^oiiivaaiiT* f^:\ j H- .«ao^ S. f. yia 1^ n^io^É^a 

^r^^^MJSkrf ^^^èUf^ ^ ■ Ti I \ .T^ .KuW ccb.i ^i^T. èAèi ^ à\cb 

^ asca^^l.l r^^\\ jL\^5ni T^'.tnaA'' •:• ^ìèio ^i.m:s^.i ,L^,^Dr<^\^o Chap. XXII 

^4JJU»D ^cf2X.a ^AJUrr .rroioxsaorc 

1^^^*^ A^r^^ ^.iia ^r^ ^^^^oocp^a .^^^crn\^ '^xfiaij« 
Jgir^.l vyK" .^^.^oaA ^^_DÌUr^ ^^A4*rt!2« CUjjf^L»^ èui^ìfiu ft^XrC 

Klifii cni^aLX. Aàì. cdkIm.1 Aik.i .i±Ì9r^ «aoèio .Aui^ i^^AM Acux. ziu. M 

^^r^ ,^ft^uiT*w «%^aT^ ^^^Ìm^ tcooèvfrc^ ^.1 °^j^)l ™rd\r^ .covA 

V9Qr«lll '^CdKLm.I ^^^\\ .tcnuu» ^K'iaX.l K'i^fiU» KLt-SQiK" JSkf<:ì ef . Jer. L U 

f. 65b 
FroT. zix. 18 

' Cod. CIJ^i:n\ 

^A\aff<ivJSn ^^^èuccp «i^èuii^ *r^Qn\\|y*ai .r<V af< ooA èi^ff< 
^K!z:sQi.l ^i^T, iAèA r^Lsa^Ti^ /reU»^.i f^Ainz..! rt!2«flua ^^aaA:^. S 

•èur^i^^AÀM ^.^^*< ^CUiLAif^c ^^^jVraiTi^ ^^ÌAfiaj»c ^Ai^fiM.i ''^Alr^c 
f^ifiAiksir^ Klisu.i ^r^^ifuK'a .^^^OJii^a^i rt^i^^ Aaioiu.i rdlSklr^ io 

.oco •&\.jjiiJLsn Kl\rc^ .y%\ T, rO-ata cQ.a k^i.t. A ^ n i^lsncu 

• • * 

^ ■ — • • ^ • ' • ^ — 

.f<n Ti :uj.i rtlSAflua onT^i ^GUr^.i A^ K'èul^jjA Ìa^ oqs 

i^IaII Dcn.i .V\y'^ .ft^nTn .tmA r^Ainz. èii^a.i r^lAX.i ^asJL èAèi 
.^aSO»^ ^^oiuQcp 3CLajla ^KLàW Qoia^ ^1 paia .Doo Klaxja sjji 

^S* P- 95 ' t^Als» >i oro. o^nfWnè\ii^ > <!- ^^^ i óntt 

» + ^:\ » + 

Cod. .^cì&Ak.Ì\^ 

K'ujJO ^ÌCUjJ . . ^^_ocal.V3r<'.i r^LLaK" ^^_Ocia\ ^pa^ADD r^cq3 Ta.ta:^^ 

5 >a.*t2iQ^ ^.^cfA ^-Ajsaiitoa ^u^Aca r<^T*gnì ^Jsp rdli^ ^t^Tia*g(i.i 
DOa» i^x»ii:k..l .relisif^.1 '^rt^li^l ^^oA iuf^.l .U^ .^^^^cld^f^l.! 

• • • 



•acd K'èuDix. .rt^^^É ^^.TJaìi ^.VbCd.i .ÌMi^o .loofiofia ^Klaèifi^ 

zìi. la 

KUilazjm.i cfAaff< lèub ^ Ak'.i vyr^ .^oAa ^colisa ^_ ocoaZJO 
15 coèuiar^la ^vcio '.r^ljjT» "^jaKla r<'Ai^JLÌuri 

i Olii, i..^^^^^ -^msD ^ ^t^u^ìca "^odom < ^^ot> 

P om. — »o> S. f. 70 a ^ om. ^^vraTaco ' |j=3t^=3 » + 

' Cod. ^Sca 

^ .. • • • 

^^.oj^ f^ocoi filósa ^>a\yM.i ^AIk" Ajl. ^K'èiailac f<^oSt^Ck^ 

.^iiksa KliaKla ^^^asre" ^\Jìpf< 7a.*ua f<AcnV\*ga .r^LÙ? 
^rurif<\ '^Qoqa ^euL^ «V\*gtì .r^èuxx. ^^_aaA T&fipa jlì%.i .i 


.cu "^oo .^0^0 ^ "Ja D . ^Ai^^cteo:) ^A^^i^ ^:) ^o sA .o<ii a>42D cnsa^ 
Aa2M]9 ^q quQca ."yX^N oc» »joo .oro ^ao^d t^:) cna^ _ ft ^ì">nf>:i .\^*n 
i<^ìv^je.o .^o'ìsA a=A^:) cnae&a ^^i^^i^^ ^^^ ms^'^ -^V^ .^«vsao'V^. ^«^^r 
\ t X^ oc» t^Mcu ..^.ì^:) (Lag. p. 94) ^o» S. f. ÓQb a!>2&»snn2D:i A^iars ..^o^ 

^ ^m cTilsk^ f^AAi oói t^isao!^ i^cck^D ^&^:) 

i <w^i^tt[o] ^ o\s9i^o i^co^D nftsa (B spie uncis) \p^^ o'ì&a ^0*03 ^&^ti 

• • ^^""^ ^^""^ • 

D. 22 

f^ 11 fìttili»? 

5 .^jLÌu» W,i.*^o r^UiAsoo reisojjAa ^in^èuBmo' ''ii^gg»^ ^^^oocpèi 
^èur<^l>i\T*n f^'ivaJLO ^.i r^'iuaoi^ .rdnza r^zJSOjjA r^^.*i^ ^ì^t, 

IO ìiub 1^.1 frulla ,i^T, ^èA ft^^.i\, ."r<èi&x&èio r^Av*èiiaa 
.^>\y*9BO ^ocp ^icfiLO .^jjàbcu «^'èuiì.i .r<^i\a.ioaAA ^^ìjsq Jtji» 


mk.*^ ^o f<^ocp r^ldJUj.i ocb.i ^■V\pffO .^^.^ocn^jLOi.! ^f^lliiaOJL.i 

^ r^f^" iJBajASsa .i*30f<'o >cDo':if rc^ «^«jur^o f^^xssn .nini r^Xf^" Mau 
A^a ^i\v. CIMI .i*3Qf<'o f<\ \ ^.1 r<^n(i^ .f^cb r<ÌA^:i a«.i ss 

<> ora. ^^ 1^. p. 93 * .^ourani 

^ S has on margin out^si^ t<C=i^o9 vi\*i\ "T^fio 

g ^^trpv^ h 4- ^o auocpo ' om. o J + ^ou\"^ ^ 6 ou^^^Assn 

S. f. 69 a ^ .^a=u:9>o ^ P t^in-ior.o ^ <^\^ ' ^^^0» 

• -^-^-' 

«V\*w (jx»isa x-^ f^^Ttì iVv ^o.ièu^ ^^..^oA i^f^'o /w^ft ins 

rdASkif^ .Wècsbcu ^^ OJf^ cu:J^r^.l \\rì .r^ocp rfèir^" Aa&.*i^ 

r^l fti^iui > l'SiOi f^èuèi >i.*ia ^JM ^kCm^^ d.ia^o a.2a.T.ji 
tt^>ì\ ool^.i \\^ ^^\^ aacp ^iMf^ .r^^uea r^'èAiua .^r^icnfisa 
^:ucba J»coflu:ijjfdJ.i r^ièif<^ ^ ^f^n r^lx.cb .coièa col ft^\\| io 
•"^ODèiOiftJto •L^'^ %j1x ja:in »cocuL\^aI r^laojk. cniik f<^èir^.i r^lSQ 

'oaoQA ^1 ^K'i.^j^a «^^i^oX ^re'.iaoof ai.dQlz.f^ ^r^uDia Klifkcba 
A'\y*Tri ."^^^oosoik. ^A ."1^" r^Laita ^^lèi >icu^ .r^.iooaA 'col oacp 

.^cn^o3ii¥£i?i oo<i9 ^i-ii\^S>o •, ^*^ii^ o^mL 

• O!^nfi0o ono&o .t<^aBàaeoo ^m!L S. f. 68 b ^ ^itn^s^n^ s -;p^^o^ 

P ^ocp\ <i ^"^L^^ >r ««cnaaaia > om. cd\ ' ^H«>^3 t<ai'iàa ^d^ifia^^s» 
** om. ^.^ns^»^ Ha ^1^ ^ a=ixu)%^ "^ «Y^^ 

* ^o '9»à'^'^ 0009 o^Ajai^^ (B ssne uncis) [^i^s^aca ^So^^a^i V^^-n ««cnoai»^^ 

; ^cniioV\ynio 



.*r<jLaLl vyr^ col oocp ^.ixuf^'o eoa r^'oco rdlA^ lUii^.l .V\y*gn <)= 
5 »o0O^r<^ ^.1 ,vnT» .^oodAvuti r^oco rui^.i WÀìi^a.iÀì \\rì 

' .r^ULCL^^ »^^CU ^Sp ^oriA r^ocp^ jidJ ^*iJi ^.1 f^^dcas 
• »^1M9 ' r^ \i\*gff .1 f^ocp lADÓ 3^ ,^f^iT*i ^ièi.i rdsnflu 

ì"" rdif^ yAxJsn rdìf^o .«A 
^èOfèi col "o^ ^.1 ^^..^cp .f<^iÀìf<^ .aA r^ocp.i r^LSQ .".fsiX 

of. Hait. 


ino •.JSn 




o ; 

09 on& 

^^Tt .^^^ 2u-i 



.^i^!sa^ ^^0901 ,,Q*ii^Si ^'^O 

^^^yiTS>o .^o<p ^f^^oaoi 
.^0<p ^^0901 ; ^giiK^ 

^ q qv^QCP 
ji»i:t ^^09ca 



OlSl ^C*fc\t 


• + o oati^^d^^ Lag. p. 93 

+ ; 

f -f cni^cufio^^ 

ff ^009 ^09oou^ . ^<£sracu 


n^ i om. rn\ ^o<p ^ 




■ ^c*^\ e» 


» Cod. 

cnfifta f^àlaLBùnsn 

.1 KliujMa^ ^i^uan.i vyr^ r^icoA».! ^r^UaiMo •^i-an 



ocp "^sn^Tt vw»^ .^<\*^-^\^ ^'S^^tN ^o^uH^ ^^V&O .t^^ifn^ Vua 

^<^a^. .^oK.^ ^Ai*^ ^Ai:»i«cten ^aoi^o .^cd\^ 009 ai»:i fn=a ^oausm 

|AiA^ ■ ^Vk^ (B X. ».) [.yt<a»9] (B om.) ;^9 ^^:i ^^uisn i^Asn^ti 

^^i«09 ^i^lAti «^^ ^:i i><^!^ra^^ A:^ .:. n*ona «..s^ìxsi^ ^^ ^oiaH osaHo 

II. ixT. s : QOft&^ìuT» t^^ n^l^m^ A:^ ., cnl& ^<^cu ««aì*^ ^\!^à^Ti .-ì»^ ^^i^m 

S oi^iff» ^i^lA:i A:^ «..^^A n^i^n:^ i\^^?i A^^c» oiu .|^3a i\^^ti 
Ii.lzlll. 10 «^^ ciSk&cxii^^o .^ T »nn t<ljoo'^ oiA^^'A ."^S»^ t^aoU^n 

b. lx.1 \n^:sn^^ t<ai^o^ .iA)i\Ski9 f^.^^^ ;^cAas>n 

^^09Q1 ^)%oS>:t l^A^!^0 t^SiOatoa ^Aak«:t ^a!L^O .t^a^ ^^<19Q1 ^O^ltt 

t^lAo o^^Oa ii<1A *t<auac» cuoo9:to .0009 ^iii "^^«^ ^ ^crii . ^o ciaA ^009 
.09^cuai«^o «icnonià^ ^ t<l\&^ ;t^4Ìài:i ^i^lsa^ ^ ^i^lA .«iCnoX^^ifiOt^ 

^aoi^o .%*32n t<auac» - ^f^*'^ ^i^=a^ ^^09cu «oouiu «cnsa ^o4U^«*09:i 
^o^t^ ..«^^oS>:t ^ ^^'\^ ^AS^Ti ^:t ^^ .ma ^Ai^aoicn^n^ ^A^«^ ^oua 

,>%^^i t^Ao ;v<^H£iì\Sk iAuaa .^ìiuoo9 ^^iiwm:! ;^^auo<i9 ^oa^^u^ 

f^ ■IflftlSI^l 

^i^lAo ^o naA^om^ o^ifio ^o cna^^n^sLaa^ oypTi .x^oaa \^sn^ *pnDSn:i Pi.lzzlT.4 

•^ ^»^ \^*-n . ^a l¥^ t^^i^n^. «usa ^^ntl ^A»^ «U^\»«Uo 

.^<^Hs&^v&:i ^)%cu^^ ^-200 «^^0*^0^ ^-20 ^qcp\ ^cut^ ìvn^i& : 
;^fti^ t^^i:»!^. Vusa ^^ ^A^^^o '^ft^i*^ ^ftgianoy ni^sa^ ^oi^^ aOlsàno 

om*=ac\o .^0*^i*n'^l\>fc-> A:^ a^^:i(B J.f/.) [.^oSi\] ^Asan^ \ssnruÀ 

^^ìxa^'^ ^u^tìi 1^^ ^i^lAt^ ., «^asi\ ^aia» \ft\^ ^«^ •t''^^^ e «^009^ ^^ 

t<£iaLA«^ :ola^^\^n\o r'p^an^ ^ t<I:^^a«\2n *.^^m«^:i cnlacuio cm*:i 

^ onaya .t<fA2^JB.f^a <...=4k=i:t vy*^ .n*ì\^^ ^*ti\^"i -7100=3^0 ^am^ of.Ii.lzTi. 

V ' • 10 

^^ S. f. 67 a 0^i^A=x^n^ .'\sn«^ ^ao^O •'•^^09^ ^ ^Asat^ìn^oa ^A*^ II. Ijd. 9 

^cA .Jin ^^^ nsia .^^sn ..^mA:^ ^^^o -790^0 -^^i*ciiiio ',^01 A ^ 

om. , 

^ .t^[Skfia& ^ ^Vuwae. <^<19 ^ova 

-^u rdiA 


\^r^ .*l^.i \\yì ^i^jxyrìa^ ^^.v:uL ^^^acp^ t^AiA\i\n*i.i ^Jif< 

(B 'isa^J^) a*^>^:> f^!acLJ^:i 09'\=a^ cd\ ^i^^.s3^\so:i : "^^v^:! ^09 i^A^nm^^o 

«^)i>A«%o (B sine uncis) [i^:snS^^i^ (Bom.) ^tsno* ^\<\^ :^^:^\^'^ A>*>\"i «— . 

Pe. zzxlx. S. f. 66a .n*ona ...s^ksi ^aoi^o .^aA^o^i^aa «..s^Visì:! vy^ .^«J^jA ^ 

^ culto «^ÌUSDCU Aa:^09 O'^^n ■\\y *n .i^CU Vv^mo ^^OX^ras «^<BTI I] 

Otn. 1.19 

O^ .^OUÌnCU ^09 ^O^^ t'^^^r "^^^V*^ '^^ròk'ii .^ 

OmO ^^t^i-ì^ ^^Isno^ .ii^\Skl=a ^ ^>ì\ai:i v^«^ .^iVsisa ^«Vao'^^^o 

^«idncu^ ^^iji^nsi 5[^Li.^au3> t^ ^^Asaai» i^cxAl^^n .««09 «««^^^iaci:! ^^*^ 
.^A^no* ^^xr^ru» ^o<too .^*i=3oi^^D ^"ir*n ^Sm ^ ^i^lA^ .f^-za»:! ^<^o«^ 

^<^0^0 .^iV t^T. ^<^0^0 .ìf^AXAlarui ^<^0 «O .^i^fc*^^ Aa!^^ -^^- 

^&\a ^:i n^AW f^aon^ .(B Ìjuh^ìN^t^t*?») ^f^i^ìrr» ^aSocu ^Ìvk. .^A^n*^ 
vyA«^ ^^ ^009 t^2k .^<£sraoMTi ^o^Ticui «^o<p fn=a^ ;«é09oau^ :icu 

«^-^^ «^0090 ^i^xsn^ «^009:1 «-s^Ìivsì:! vy* 
.09^«xa ^-20:1 009 ^<^cu:i . Aa:^09 [vA=a *7Hfi0 ««lo] 

oocnmTi :.ASi\ io^afioTi ^i\:ùi ^i^naou:! vv««^ ii<lA^ 

e 4. ^_^n9 ^ o*^gU¥^ ^ns&sLTi «««\2n«^ . ^'isan ^:i ^q auocp . cJ^f&JO óA^ksa 

<« + 


OÓ0.1 .^ ÌMr<o ocp ft^i Vip .f\sf9 acD r^f^" ^rtlaai.i .^:qo ^.uj ss 


« yi'^nW \ lag, p. 88 *> + n*i e ^^t^*»:» d \^ *^o 

s+(B t*^^ «.^1^ NAnT^ '. «^^^ ^«^ "ìc:»^ ^aso«^ «m...^::» ^ -1»^ ^n*09 
.oiQU^'^fin'a '^'isp^ ^ q*in£a^o ^«^asL'Cì ^r^u^n^^t «-s^^i^Tt -^^^ .»i>on*^T,^o 
«..^i^il as:9Ajt.^o .t<I^a2^:t ^cni& "71^0 ^-isifio "71^ ^tìohu S. f. 65 b ^^^o 

•«00 .t<r*^y-i ii^^^s3^«^ ««09o«u«^:t ^i^'ìiiv^ t^L^noAo «^ N>o t > «..à:^ 
o T 1 •\i^^ ^^Isneu ^fn=a fn=ao .^i^Jifia:^^ t^AjkXi^ cnav^^^a «^m^ol^La 
'.i^Li'ìii^ ^jaom ^<^culo .t^zA^n ««fnolibh. a^l:?si\^o t<I^a2^:t ««oiaatftH 
<^ ««oso .^^a^«^^^ coo^\>*fc\ «•cnoa'ìó .^^s^aca ^i^at^u» ««cnoau^Ti 

ouiSiacv^ t^ òs'ìc!! -^inano .coo\y\ t^ -^inn ^yw ^09a\^^ .^i^ao'i^i^a ^:t 

|ivr, Aa:^09 au9B-=3 ; ^avso'V^i>=» óa=a ^cnoiajaio ., t^AlÌLcA woJ^Lk^ 
^cna^i -f^^JL ^uAo9 (L ^sixjo^t^o) |.=iàLo^^o .«^^o'i^^a (L + «...ì::») 
.|i^r, )\\i\ t<i^^i3eù ^o<p ^jaom ^^ovs ^o .t^^n^a^^ •M...^:'» - ^^^Xv"^ 

«I m-^i^ ^«Uaaea ^f^ae^nàsa:) .«..s^ìivSi t^is^c» ^\u3>:i 1^:1 .^ 

w<C^hiìw<C ^ju^ì^no "Tb^-^n «m^ (L + ••...ì:'» T-'' ^fn=a^ .^ì\=>aB. 
ii^'\2n9 rp!^t^jL2n:t \^*-n ,n^SA*\ n^^^oi ^o<po .^Ìlsib ^UU^ :^ìvAn^^ 

•• ora. 

ef. Hatt. 
zxTi. n 

rt^i^tca.aai ^JLa&co oxA ■^ìVt'* r^ \r^a:k. r^!^if^ cbor^LLdoa 
.^f^i*iftT..i ^f^'Àìoiìf^' ^JM f^'.TMLB f^LiÀf^" f<T*in TI r^ r<t:s»i<^.i 
K'èCi^al ji&l.i r^o '.re'Ì9kivl&.i rt^^nx. onsno&a *i^.iAu.i rdl&r^o* 

f. 633 vyr^ ^•r^LUMl'oQfin ^^ acaiik ^ i^t^ ^.^coa.i *f<jL«.ia rd»^À.io 5 

Karkii. ^■n%T*yi r^.i ^^^ociA ij^r^^o '.^>*«>^ r^ ^^^:u»AÀìO ^ > *« ly 

19 ^ 

f^lisioflu .^ issare 'kU»^ cn^yiv. ^ocp ^Jii^r^ .t^ .^u».l >.%a ^ 

• •(• n^^^ ^^o .^HM-^^T» vv«^ oocp ^gicpo .|j^oi\^^^A osceno 
^ + «^^'\x.:i «^«ufio^ìuz. ^ocp^^^'!^ ;^)%qcd\^o ^^o'^;dr>:i Y^l-sa^iiko 

J 4- ^^V ClA^kSa «U^9 k v^^O ' + tU2Éi.O 

■" + .^gsno^ ^oaCBo ;i^Li«u» ^o misn Adoisiti «««\2n«^ «^au9>cu ^ti ^o <i^> 

^ ^=»«uo .^tf^Mi^nat»^ ^<^oH^A cd\ jaifioTi \^*t» .009 ji^S ^:i ^«1 


D. ai 


r^9Coèl.l QXM.l .^f^'iskivl&.i Klsoz. Ìà.tj.1 r^o^ .rd^'i^OJ ^^^_OJcb 
fiOnaLZ..! .^i^r^o ^r<.jsnirtl9 rd^i^ rtlx.1.1 AA^ .^K^.icb pGuòafioX^ Jar. t. 7 

Ìa\^ ^IMK^ .KScofiia ^fed&K' KlaLMa ^r^ rd.SJ0rd:9QX rdA2A«òafia\ 

iT. 19 

r^iiinA »lÌ2L.f<^0 f^Ll&CD ^i^Qf<^ A^KIaou» ^.-usO ^.rd^if<^ A:^ Eiek. yUI. 


i^IsaI.i .risiisi .rd^iM ul ÌMK'o .rdzJMaci aocap ^.i^óo ^rd4jJ.iM 17 
•rda^icb ^^cb .K^i\a&i\^ .in>^\ .f<^.ioca« iu9.i\ r^.icó »cri r^io^.1 

'• -a 

^of» ^i^lAo .^A\«»<a y»cna\^ -i^^ (L'Ag* P- S?) ^^=aìt>A ^qni\*V"to .|aoi\^^ 


Jer. iT. 1 





Zeob. zilL 



• n&=30 


xzzU. 21 

' Cod. ^^Tfin ^à>A=»T) ' Cod. om. t^*»** 

Chap. XXI cax2ki ì!\^.i f<\i\ytti>ÌA. AiA ^j!!ì^&ii:r30° •:• .iA»a ^/im^.i ^ ordino 

• • • • • • * 

.cpAionA^o «^jisn.i coZjj A\y^gao .rdx*a£i rd^o^ a!^::f90 .r^ivl£U.Ma 

f. 62b .r^Jtjj.i r^Aiaoi:^. A3^^o .r<l*.io<Tu.i r^.i^ja(iÀi K'ifia^jsjirC' jA^o 5 
A'\^*gìa .^oi^i cDÌv.2a.A^.i .iA».i k!:^cuo .K'èìisLfioi k'Avtlx.o 
f^ÀìO.TM A'i^^oo .rdL».*lo<T&^:i r^Jtsi^l K'iiM-.i rdr^aa*.-! rdVriK' 
Ofix^ 'iA^l r<^1 i\tti»ÌaA 'relab^èdo rdlcà^A^ "^'rcllA^^fiiAHr^.l ndL^/l^.*l 

j^.l!i r^iskOJ.i ar^" f^i >T.i K'èd.» AAsoLl.i t^kA Qa^SQ 'r^o i 
f^' ^^aluia ^.irelìLi Aaàcd ^\ rel^^aèoQ '^r^r^ Kr^eJir^ 

^ia^.l red&rc" .iJSiSf^ll.i ^la\ .silu KlÀU»! r^èiv»! 


e [^t^SL^ t<C=i^09 vA=a *7H^] [^0"^^ f^!iux2n^ osiiv^^Ano t^!^fia& -^V^^l 

d + C ^^^i^ìL i\» « + «A C f tV '<^9«'» « 

Pi. il. 10 ^ -^ t^K.090 .t^lSMn "ÌCn^O OftOns ^^O^ol^n^ ^ % *fc\S> •...^ao ^^ 

^^* • • • 

.09l\^^ ^a*ii\si ncii \i\n n^^^t .ìi^n .«^)%ait<C=i:t t<a»^o^ ^ ^qaa^^o 

k om. ^KlA^ S. f. 64b > B om. 71^ 


\ssor^ . .^^.^jncoLi f^co!^ ^itilTu^OO^ >aQn^>o A4JJBa«f<^a ^coiaK^ 

q iJSa f^l^.i.i %Xf^ ^K" r<l\ «aoèio .r<llK^ 1X04*50.1 i:si9rO ^cvisn òf<^ cf. Job 

ziT. 4, 6 

.rdaM.*ia »o0Oaa\gA» col ^jiaèiLK^ ..*VSa:Lo ^so«cri:sn.i Aaàco ^ AA 
.Wcq^^'jjA Ocp .niM^ga .r<\t»l' f^'^.lOl^i&^JSn liub ^•^r<' .apiì^ rdXrf 

a «^moliifioo 


WLaLJ'ÌLraA ^meis^c\ . ^o auai^ cuqo^in^o ; ^ g aiAcisL ja^yr.wTti 

o Pi.zzzli.l 






09^a=À loculo . 

C . 



«* om. T^^X^C 
s AAr^m ^ ^^riTA S. f. 64 a ^^moA 

.^01!^ (C om. 

^^nT) \V.*-n .rm^ 




>* o ^)%^ 


i B 

" om. 


Lag. p. 86 ^ ^C 

Via ft^iinflffl*? 

!•. Ui. 10 èur^Taèvft •f^^Qoiv^'.i oiiaiCUii 1 ftinVftb ^r^y^xl >f^i^T f^la ÌmK".*! 

• • • • • " • 

f^^cnJUkH .«fioiiaLr^ r^laLÌka&.l vyK* griT.Ai .eoa ^ i i^>cQSq.i 

<^o ^^coèuècsQ A:L' oviito aM.%A >i.iJnVA w^inii vwr^ 
»caAi*Vj^o .enfiai 't^^cp èur^i*èu.i ^^.^^cb' ^ij* ''.^^^èicLnia 

•vJLm.i vyr^ AècsaX ^èi:k..i ^^^^^<b ^W^SiAi^o r^.l ''cDèuaioi 

r^lfiaiM^ f^ÀìOX».! Odasi "kIico r^lsni^ ^ ^«posa .*|^^ .cntyiT , *A' \^n 

* «Gioiti 
b ^ -^lucilo t<a»^J ;^^mfio ^ o CT>aqu^:i t<£i£ma3sn:t ^o cpusSnam^A ^jao«io 

d -f ^mi\*^-^ ^^091^ .^ocni:i .^^du:?» ^^O9oi=a ^yCA ^Jiit fCa*ciii «y«^ 
lìu ."yA^Nn fluirà ^ «•^o^VK.iK^o vJ^t) ;^)[>ix^ J^ aii^n ^i^j^mJ:) 

k + ^AUA») ; cwmr. ^an ^ 0009 ^d^à^ÌAn a^ ., iK^:it^àL ^cona "ià^ ^.^^ 
^ •^^ ..«...^^«^ ^nn:t ^c» ^ ^oH»^ ^^àS^m ^A^^ .^^. .09au^i«^!^«!i 0009 

p + [:« ;] t^Aa=aav2» otirn ova» «^ca^F»«09 'ik^òAsi .^uanai:) ós&fióio »^i*àii 

.T».l eoo 

• • - • • 

rtuVXo f^icDCU K^acai.1 .usK^o ^f<^aiAf<^ .*ul& r^Ad.2a.a 

.'rCÀìCUjjo ''f<'iu»*ÌÀo r^lsttJAuo'' rel^ir<o kIa-^ajlo .r^l2a2a*K'a 

to vyK^ 'paxjaèiK^ cpè>\ ^ *i ^.laLko rtliLf^^o .'^Kl^ir^^.i ^KlaLjjio 

Art' "kUàco ."^.^^aif^' ^èir<o K'ia >i9» r^ t^*'''" .f^^Ai^ IWrt'.l 

^.^»O0CU2Ajlaio KlurO AuftK^i»èu cpAi\i*iV »cooèur^.l ^r^lx^viX 

• • • • ^ • 



rt' ^TbuaI KlxJLÌJLa ^^ocaifA Aaàcd «..t^ . . coA r^lai.soo 

l> nm ^flfA«^«i e «^^-^ d V 

^.^^ .^oo9 «u«^ t^:t "pnsn ^ oo<p 09n)f^a:t : ^co ^ n*n%iti ócn ^cia\^ 

q 4 ^^cias& ou^ÒsOu .i<I^A:^ "^luci^o ^<^ ^ocn au^ t^tt "pnsn ^ -ì^^^ 
^cwoi^runìo t<ai^ ^moau^^t (C + ^òcn ou^ ^i^lA:)) -pnsn ^^ .^:i09 

cala rr iiaft»:u»l 

Oracu/a r^i&J^ ^.USoi^ f^'OCp.l r^LSJO.l ,f^LlSktO ^.^orA li-fklSOO ^i*30f^.l 



air< y n\io .K^iiiia.i Tt^>i\^na r^LsioH^ ^^f'^ r^ciAr^ ocn 

f. 61 b f^^coAr^ ^^_o||l ca.a.1 ocó .r^Lu.*! rfoooJ ^^.*ucbo •>a^:ia ^JSxi 
.•^._aif<' rCUkS^h\ ^KLk.if^' r<l\cUAo . .W\ifc¥,HA .if^^^-l r^lsoLLa 
187—190 ^...^aorA Aiuio .^K^i ui KLk.irtlsi'' ^,^_^U»rCll r^Ln^iìio rOr^Lik 10 
...TftiA .14» ^^_ov4JJ ^^.^OGa\l2k ^rucba .'r^^ÀìOa^o r^LuOi r^ciAr^ 

f^icM.^ Siii^èiK' redosAA» .1^3 WiS^i ore''' .iAi>\i ""rdio 

• • • • • 

> + t^JUio '" + ^o<» " ^i"->i^V> ° + ^^iK^ P OHI. ^^m S. f. 62 b 

^^ "laV^ <A^ .^ov^^^n .^. ^ciA^ cura A ^ció:?» ^.=»oà% au^'i*aUk.:to 

^ì^^o (Lag. p. 84) .^^^^A A^i^^Lt) .^Aix. ^t^SnT^nu\ ^nu\ .^u»^\so ^cuAa 

a^o r»^^^^ <n f^aricOAd] ^puociia ^«u^o .^T'^nr.:t ^^'inav^ni) ^q\\^\ 
^Ofbo .riA ^anccno 'óss&J ^^n <;»a> ^^ol ^^=xb .ii<^uin^> \"ino\ v^lA^sn 

«^)%^:t ^i^^^t^ At^o t^iacn ^n*a>o .^ì^t *-to w^^ìI*^ «^odio 
' om. 

.r^Ll^cb ^oiMf^" K'.ifìi ifift^iiuao /rd^'^.l rdJ.iar^'o f^X^jJ 

.r^lLxiA ^OAÀcoo f^'èiH^sis.ièi aÌÀÌvfi9r<o ov-mo r ^^ i T ,i oicla» Hab. l 6 

• • • • " 

^ ^ • • • • • ■ ■ 

^t^ 4lìvSk «^f» .|Jo^^ n^'^SD "^Sn^ n^lSM» .^^^ t^Ao 11 

:ti\o ._asi:^^^^:a _^^^'ìd^o ._cui^a%o ^«uo^ ,ft*v*i jJ^^o .^<^"in 14 

^^^•» ^^■■~- ^^^«^ • ^^^«^ 

w^!^^^:t maHo:^»^ ^ocnl& ^o\t io .i^nsà^o VA\s>:t .'^"ViaD t^^ t^^:i 

^s^*ìfi<l^ nsp^ti "ift^ JLcn ^^cns^cuio ^ o naA^caakakciaawo (Lag. p. 83) ^q cp»'\g, 
w^:^^^i<lAo .oc» 11^2^^^ ^:t -^^^ ^cn^ oc» ^^«\\aw ^ .A^^ ^^^^ak.S:i 

*» ^ìsàn^ ^j=»o^ « asko&fno <> _agk\u=ncu=a S. f. 62 a 

f^ il 


f. 6ia .**r^è\è\canlo i^.ifiUjA *^^* ocoisn .>i\iL\^ r^LàSÌLi 




^tt^T*iHT 'vyK^o KUjmju.! r^LaikOA vwK^ K^iJLdas» <x1aÌ> èiK^^i 

èio .^f^L^A^O 


Lag. p. 82 f + .^rVuiosàZ.^?! wT^oiai . 

« ^^ 



om. ^^ 




.t^-^cn ,A 'Hran^To .iJotiWT t^iao -^WT •«iwtu ^WT .^-^SfsWTo \^^ ^^snH\^ 

9a ^cn .^Aco ^<£sdH^^ |Jo^^ t^nsn nsn«^ t^i^c» .t^iao:i m^i^^^s^ 
Ck^.Ti4«o ^ <m ^<\Q ^^o^ ^o*i*i A«\^o .t<^!^ae=n .^oSiatsA^o 

• \ * * 


obÌIì»:! èuiì»o .^<£2D'ìX_ ^cA ^<£2D'ìX_ ^<£sdHX_ 0=3^0 .t^i^.010 
^^o^o AniN ^ t^^^T *7> ^o oiA^fc, "pnotfìWTo .WT'^mrao ^ns^ ^q < 

^>\cn^ lAck^iO .^^oH ^m*av^^=aH^ ^ ^^o^ ^«\ .»ao:i^ t^'iao "^SaWr i^ì2m» 

4 + WT^t^»^ wtW-ìuw: 


toal^) .^^flol^ ^^iaiàl 



a«\ .^^\ ^.a.aI'So'' .r<'A\x!3rji r^^:sa.xa JcA^ •:• ^i.lki2iÉ..i ^or<^\<\n Chap. XX 

r^lM*.i r^èiai WèujOsuLèi ^.i >i-=i .àia ^iur< k!jlcd.i r^è\OSa.i 

^ r^iu:^.! ".%Mf<.i vyr^ «^^orArt^ f^l^ìso" ^ >>fA^ «Li^cb co.lfrt^ Lukexxi. I8 

20 ocns ^^.^ayionl f^^.i ai*èi.Aa ^aAjiAjl.3 r^rt^ i V^ft».i r^li&cb Dan. zìi. a 


^i^\^ C f om. ^^saWT «C + ^^ h + ^-TiC 

i wrVuiosiaB.^ i C ,^ -.aww: k B ,^o^ < t^r»^L*w ocno C " ^=» C 
« ^oó& t^nan -ìsn^ti vwWT C <> C ^^L^ in marg. p nsa^^ C 

«i-i-f^L^wrc S. f. 6ia 'om. oC » + ^.^t C 


John zìi. 

Klla f^iVnoo:u3 

f. 6ob ft^\i\^ ^KlicfA •aoÌ^i.K^.i cni\nni r^èioruiia f<^èi0.icaaA r^oiisi 
Lnktvl. r^oopi iuJlA rd\r^ .oiai ^Jsn *ifèu3 r<x^^xii\ iuA:i ^oiA 

*.wr^a^wr ^njTWT ^.ar» ^i\^^o .v^àSìnTica ^.an aa=a %^^ wTooUi 

<nae&j "^^ .'à&À:! f^WT Aà^ca t^ij!^ai»-\si .òiuiSkaK-i ^^A^sn <nae&j asaoiti 

.WTaAwT t^'Hranti cnmae. |ib^^ <^ ^o^ani «<^n .'t^^ai:^^ t^cna frisai \An 
-iSk^ti .^^sn :t^riu^^ <nae&j oo9 A&i:i iWT^cora cnsococi n=ao^ ^n -^pAshA 

MAtt.x.SS *^i^aEUlra -7130 |^ ^oS^^ ^^ .^CiAx^Of^sa Ò^WTti v^^ .^f^u^acv» m=» ciA 
^^&:a^:i ^^ (I^g- P- ^0 t^^ .t^*^nz=a:i 1^3^ -7130 cosa ^Ci&&«^ t^Ll«^ ^.S^WT 

Matt. vili. ^ OOH*V^^ ^0<b ^^ntf\o .^^A^k^ ^S^oatusa ^ om^ ^tlico ^&ia&Àn .^t^^ì^n ^ o ciasa 


• Aà^cn . \y*kttÌM S. f. 60 b ^ + oAa <: t^^AibÉ. t^Licn (B ^) t^n[^] 

e + A=x£io .^'H&iti \^-n ^ f'p\y^wr ^cacóLki ^ogAa ^iNm-i A-^s^n «^.ò^» 

9+0 ^*^*^ ^ + .v^^aóA ^ ^^ ^isn-x^ ^ 



fi».!*.! ^ 

r^ ^JLm ''n^l^X /eoa ^il^ ìWlSW.i ^Alrtll ^Ì£l1.i ^^^V\*w 
«V\*w ^cbo .f^èìOiia^fiafia ^ .sica* oqa .*i& .tcocou» ^us«.ièoo 
^.>^lV:« \^^ i^ oca .f<ìai.i ^rdico^i^ e?> ^^*^'' H^ 


^^^.À.SO'' ^^SLSa ''rtlX.l 1^^ 

.aifisk K^i^ re:\i< .f^ni\*gBO r^L^r»^ r^L^Oi.! •J^» iswr^.! vyrt' 2J^4i 


« + ^i^WT [^ lOii] .ittti (I^. p. 80) co^A^snti ^..òm AAifio jiiiwrn i<^^«\^ òWT 

.^aE&j:i ^£u=3^o .«.^ìai^F»*co:i ^=aeui ^KÌlci^:i ^^r ^Q**^^ WTtiai 

« .^S9a2w t^^A^B ^«<^ " wT^cu^J^ti f<£i&A<ul:i " ^c\xSkÌM S. f. 60 a 




Mark TiU. OQJL&IO r^llAl rtlSttLL oAlk ^,^f< .f<JLJ\s lè\f<l ÌaV rdAJÀl /.A 

• • • • • 

^tt.z. ^.,t^T-n rd^ °rdz&S rdirt''' .f<Ì^ t*^** t^<^ t?* ^-..O^^l^ 
*o.l -ia*«i\ rdiK* ■ w \¥ «aa.! Jl*^ iJso iur^i<^ cJLm.1 ^. A \,n*w\ 

• • • •••• • w * 

^K'èiolsnoK' «àÌÌ.! AaàÓ) 'lUf^ \L^ . . rdlcai\n r^i.^0 t^T^l 5 
>ijLr^3 r^.*|À:^ >lLk:soo .ooa r^l5n.ièoo .aoèi ocd •&!< .''corina 
f. 6oa f^:ai A èur^.l i^.l %Xu . .'f<^.*u:»lè\ >CDoiuf< r^ .coi ^>!ièiz.r^3 

A3^ .f^\nM r^.i K'Ìaa ^j^ >ui.i ^oi^o w^^^"* rd^^isQo io 

• • 

*» om. odi <^ t^jtAJio ** + t<i\^ « [ojnsao:^ f 10X2^ 

f + -pnao C ^ <iii\ca=n9^:» ^n=k^ C » C «Ob.^iK. J + ^Tssn C 

V V 

n + [jatt^^^] B in marg. "^lii^^^ S. f- 59 b ^ ^ti ^ i Ncp 

p .«^aiWT f^I^a^ ^:i 4 om. t^zx&ou ^o ' ^Ac» • ^A^^^ ^ + ««ao^ 
«• + .a!^i\^t^o ^ + i<iia«i o<p 

^^^oiuocb Kl2kèidz..i .^^.^oiur^ ^.*u» lufk^ ^^..^oonA « luii 

K'ciAk' r^L»ÌM ÌMr^.i .V\*th ."^co^iOÀSk .\\^ i^.ièupn ^K'cfAf^ **^ 

^ • • • • • • . 


K'oi. f^ >ìAu3 r<^r^o ^r^.^U» .ifk oniAe» Ani, i^.i AAo /*^ 88 j^ 

k ^osWT < + -\:nf^o ™ ^om » f^sisira o ^[o] B ^o Lag. p. 79 
<i + : "T^àAti wT^c^iSia t^LiL^no (S. f. 59 a) "73^ WTÌusn ^"im i \>*i*n ^^o 

' Olii. 1^ Censii ó^ 

> + «.cDa ^cDa^^ t^«^ ^.&^ : 1^ Censii óWT t^Tnai^n "pano < 

" :i .oouWT ■■u*iTrn ^.^o«\o .^<uUio ^our» ^ n sn\ t^oiaoaeao t<r\iu^ 

V + .^ WToK. t<^ ^^:i ^ -ÌlaOU .cubica ò^ cii'ìra "^^:i A^o ^ + :iò^o 

.ft^li\yftl >ÌA K'ÌjdÌiJSQ.I ^KHIk" eco* V-lf< ^r^ ^.*|Jlf< .yiVib \n 
Àf< .^It^T 1*1 ><H*l^*^ OafiASkèuO .rtll^^ ^ rdiBftl^O .i^liuLlO 

èuf< «Art".! .vO^ Ì230K1AO vAreLxJO ^Kl&lj* vy^Uir^ ij^^r^ ..oA 
r^.l Ì0À&è\.i ^f< i^^T*w rtl\ .rdlcn vy*r< ior^ r<^ii\yQri»ÌA 

ArdzJSn .juiuLèì f^^ix-La .ia^ vyr^ rdlK" .ouuèìèì rdu^^^oui^ 
f<L*ocb vyAiCLLft.iOSQO vy^f< rdjìco vyr^ AuK" «^.j^l i*^ vJ^ 
^^ oivftOcp rdAcnV\^'^ .f^l^i^oa ''è\Ì2k2^ lcx&Skè\ «.^a .f<jXfV» ^^^ 


^ÌAA»f< ^«.....i-SQ KLulax:».!^ orMx. .V\^*w.i ^A^f< è\ól T-if^ ^ioèu 15 
f^èwftoA oolLa f<.iórA.i r^oou KlL-acA. .^^oorxao^ :i.j*èi^o 

« om. n^^ odi C 
e ¥^i2k09:i C ** om. t^^ShAtt S. f. 58 b « t-^o ^ B om. ^:i « <ii\ 

t^f^o ^ff^ÌL^as ^:io^:i .^ ii^^fìnt'ÌA ^no«\^:i ^09 0=3 o!^ ., ^cneui^ A^^n 

* Cod. 


col r<ocp xi;&Ì3 pa.l-SQ ocbo .pao^ oA ètA.i %Jr^ èur^ ^.VAf^ 
vwr^ vyiur^ r^i^èuk. ^xàf^ .^»CDCU»f<l Aiwi f^lsocu ooia 
Aèièi ''vOiro aAk.1 ÒK" .^^..Oir^ %JdaLf.èi.i v^ KLabsèca vJlaj* 

lAr^ pa.lii oasi r^^èkr^ ftlir<^ •&!< .i^Tliln paria «fa r^.lOi.l A^.l MaU.x.m 

f^Lio Klx1V.11 ^^ Alvi f^%Mcn .|è\al ^^oiuè\r^o S7 

èuocp ^r^oRL^TA cr<^ .v^JUttUiC 'iur^ reiAA^T^ ^6r^ .vyUAX.f<a ss, 89xfV 
^tiÀr^ ^.^^oèì.TSL^.i Aà.i .^^^oA i»relia rt^i\ia .vvèiol ^^èìi^o 40 

« ^cncùif^L^ C S. f. 58 a »» + -.=aoi\ <= oni. WT^o^nti C ** + [^Ainae»] 
> "^^N^ j + ^09 k 4U009 ^s^^ .X^i^n ' auocn wTcp^o "* 

Lag. p. 78 ' + ^&^ * auocn ' fa*'S£i n& *> «uooi 

^ ^^WTo ^^ o WTSaswi ^A^cxi ^ na\ * ^n*<iio y om. t<Ajnii 



.^ i T iiiiv:sq ór^ ^ a a.lì r^^ coJ^x. .Ì^^m.ii ^«Vlr^.i 
coèìoAcu^ . V ^ ^ 30.1 oca ^-» ^^ ;l fuiiV ^ oi^ tn i.i 


r^A^l.lO .\.SkL r<L»AAZJ^=3C\ co À\cvlàVì^ lirica . j^ 4.\Cìirj ^l:.ii..ii Uiuuo 


•i^otAk".! tt^?nx, .V\y*«l.l Klllt< **f^1i\^m»ifk •/'iN.Oci4i-i\\ Aa:.! 
^^^^Q\r<2^^al r^^lèìèuo r<iAflOf< èixa taj»^^ oaacu»o cnèiOia 

.KllaCL^y ^^^OÀCUiK' ^Ar^^ 


'èv^f^LlAo^ r^ 

.1 >CD 

^.^^oAi^ ^icQJBftJSA.1 '^^Alr^.i im r^AfV rdicb A\^*ai ''. ^ A a y Auso 
f\^>^*^" ^ ^^..ociA ^iu.ii'ga *^ ooqpè\ iur^J^A&M 



d C ¥Ì\e^^'\iò^'!i « C om. %y^ ' ^^osl»^ ^cnoL^ C 




•• om. (.« C ' 

^(nl^ ó^ (C -=u3tj> 



i C om. 

« + .^cAwTi» C 

t^ó^^^ ^oou^ 

P C om. AauVi^d . . . oàisa 
• + o f T ^y=n C 




• •• 

^* Oicpo .r^r^ aiMr^ ^^^o^ VOjjlI ^^nir< .r^èi.Tk..i cnubà.iCD 

^ rCftisoA ÌA«.i •auèv&.i ^f^^\\ ^vÀK'o ^A&isa ^^^oiuocoo FroT.liL9 
5 ^AiKl\ ^iTi\^o ^jitoi^LM ^^^ciuocp tt^ 1 *att'iCtt *W3 f^èiair^l&.l 

•^Qoadflu.1 ^^ ^Aa^Aièca.! ^AlKllo .f<'ii\^nn ^V3.i^lm.i ^^Air^o 

col °yi\\\o .™^^jar^.l ^Alr^o' 

f^colK" ^ ^^AÌai.i ^aÌUji .ft^\n\*i f^èdsnW '^oV^Au r^ .ta 
•ca*.icuAs3 ^calSQ r^:u» r^ru» •&!< .'^oLsso ^f<z..i r^èiii2^ ^oAa^ 

• ^n-i^o *> C .^Qcnio «^ .^coioAra C ** ^^^o^^ji^éA C 

• C v^L^a^ ^ ^o C < iAfiooTi C 

h ^ 

.^oTicuA ^i^itti^ao^ ^A*^\o 
"* + (C «^«n»^^) ,^cii»:i^ - t^iaE^iasD ^t^sL ^^ocni C "+.^cmsnC ®ca^C 

S.f. S7b '+:-7i:i=n t^^.£n (C om. ^^«?=a ^ + -.-Tiaan na i-paso t^^*») 

« .(c ^^A»Ht<:\ ^^o) w:^A»St<:\o «^os^X ^^ (c obs^^) ob&i c 

"^ o (C ^^^^) ^^w:^^ ^ÌA»^w: ^cms» ...=^^ e "" t^JL^cno C 

* Cod. + 6w: 

+ ^oèupclB . ^..Ósn^ ^snnb:i ^V^ ^Qcmara ^-=»m*Ì!vao7l «.^aoil ^A >^o 

SUL 18 

""redo rd-aLi »M.i ^'reA .rd«ijsn.i cmiiaSJSn Ik. ^xutort'èì reA.i i 

A^jkÒD ^^^iuoQD . ,''r<^n\ •f^laooRu'' f^orAK^ »cDoèuf^ r^a ocb 5 
f. 58a f^&UL»ULèi ^^ f^oAK".! cnuia^^q ^^,J\t*«t èi r^3 «f^'' ^ifCDI 

II. Ut. 14. ^J^ ju»lf<.l .Klaèi^ ^%Mr^ f< l^' 1 i ^ ^^^ 

Kliklr^ ^ "^.^ominw i^unflBi itll «^f<A .^^cliJLs f^è^ ^inaii:! io 

..f^Tin |J90 ^^^OAfiffèi Itilo rdifik^ .Jdo ^^aiaL4»èièi:i ^^o^ 
^^^ooqsè^.! .^ia.ièoo Ìa&slo '^f^èi.T^ ^èioiopo.1 ^AIk^ t^vnimm 15 

k ^^sAoàuo ^i^a^ C Lag. p. 76 » ^r»^ ^^i:ar)9 C S. f. 57 a 

J + vJi (C -A^^^) ^^^^ ^^ wrk.^'i^o (BC ^k.^'io) BC 1" .^o C 
1 C ^^:ii "* B om. ^oquan » ^^o <> iS>^ C 

P ^^laHcoao ^ì\^at*H *. (BC w^cA^) t^cA^i ^Vsaóbo:*) ^oVv^floi t^cnX!^;in?i 
; ^ o ^^^<\<\ ^LAn ^o aA \^«\-ft ^.=10^ wTomio ^ oco^dìOT ; ^ ^ «^^^^ ^ 
^A*^ ^:i ^<£sDn^^ :^^a^ ^ti^kfnro ^i^m ^niWT ,^LsL^ ^ ^gjaafl^o 

• • • y • • 

^r^ocpèi.1 ^f^JL&r^o .r^onXr^ pa:i-a ^coAiOJkjbo cDÌuLMx.èi "»siiièi.i 

ProT. XT. 


• om. ^»ti C ^ om. ^<AAÌQ^nao C * + os^eus» C ** fCsadva C 

• i^ìnu'isao C f^'j^ti .X^ C S. f. 56b I B t^i»'!^^^ ^ ^niwTo C 



« om. ^.àW: C y .^fmiuw: e » e om. WTocn •• ^Ai^^aniursn C 


• >. ' \ • • • 

tftVtiT^gB ^ ór^ .^rdxjjj »Si^o f^^^nKlfl» »3t^o KlacD.i fia:L 
KdjLSLo ^Jaa Of^ .kiIajls ^ì\i%^:i ^^.^^oicb ^jssq ók" .rdLaètsn 

Il t *i ft^ ^-^ ór^ Jf^LXf%^ r^.l 0.14.?^ 


• 4- ^à^^o C S. f. 56 a ^ ^-iiwS» C -.±Afio^<^ 

>> + .t^Xa^ t^iviV» (^s- p- 75) t=» ^^ 

p ^\\or. C 1 B cu^^^ 

r 4- ^'ViaViìuis) WT^osii^ \\y *to:> (C "i^^) t^li-*^ »i*i<s<ii (C 4- ^ 6^) 

rdAcifl9.*U3 )BA 

/r^^tXrx^.ic^ .K^.^n3Li f<jLt)ìaSl\.i ^r<'o .r<l^fp^.l KUjQ9Ì0^.1 

^xusar^ ^^^oiuocp .KLiaeJdULdQO ^ULAfl^co ^f^lAfinttii^kf^ 

^Alr^ Ajk. .^^^^oflA Ai\i rfocos 9^-^^ Akao 'oÀ^^ Aio.! 


* C ORI. Aa&cib ^ c^ r* ' + «^^"^ ^■"^nSi*i>o C ^ ^CàfioHo^^ ' + ^^ C 
J ORI. ^A^ C 1" C om. ^^A»Sw: 1 C t^Is'»:^ » C ^^uA^asno 

B ^ a|ii^ ^oa^w: C <> om. ^sn^ C PC om. .^^^f)» <i \\ii jiV 

AA« rdA 


Tin^a ocb ^^^o^k^èiiu rdionV^*» Jjpf^tn^n ^^_<Ucp ^ > i ftii 

r^LftCU».! ocb r^èi&030 .f<:^if<la coA >ir^lcb ""r^^aK^.! r^ècttAfl» 

• • ' • 

• • • • • 

:uuf^ .r^èiaaaLL.1 ^r^ièiflu .V\^^o ,r^Aa^.i r^OM^doA r^r^ 
.r^èiaiSOucD rdla acp |\*g(iT*wo .rCÀr^la ^^w^fti^win rt'idMi coi 15 

.y i\fk\ «siali èuf<^\y i¥9fc.i ^.1 r^Llir^ .S 

• + wToc» C ^'«c» •» om. ^u^X^C « B 7^^ «* A.»acd C 

• ora. "7^ C ' C ^AAfioi ^^=3c\ « [•^^'A k*^9 ^.t» t*^"^] BC sine uncis 

J ^-ynm k ^lA^ ^óala e » + -pnsn C S. f. 55 b. Lag. p. 74 

m t^asaWT:! ^ 1\^\m o t^fioaioaiAQo C t^fi0oioaiAQo p oca f<£iS^cu C 

• Cod. 

rdjjLxU9»:u:i .Min 

ìoiaÌa^éA ^^^01:^11^0 .f^ioAir^ ^^^ol^rdl rOc^iia ai&rc' r^.i of. li.LT 
5 ^^oèuoqa KL&cuiflOjk&r^ or^ Ju&cb ^^oiur^ ..rt^Ai^QJ caiol^r^ 
^^oA lAuU 1^.1 ''^^licM ^^^oooQl rdl^r^.i ,:^^ocni\\y ^AnT, 
3jjA r^in!^ óaioaco •r^èA9Ìia.l onlal r^cqp.i r^Ls«o .po.UM 

A:^ lardi Ai\*in ^rdX.i .^cDèicuMOreX Wax..i K'iVj^' «Afiai ^f<ia\^ 

rdLkl.l rdX.i .^^^DCDèìcA f<oop.i Klur^.l KlaCU» 

^,.c.irtf f<nV«-m.i *.^rdifkfiafiOO i^èAsoir^c r<l20^.i^ r^èi^oi ««cAttLl 

^Alf< ^ap ^-^-\^ %j\L .filoni ocb >^Aiol^:p3Q ^^..OorA iuf<i 

15 rdi^r^.i .f<l*.l.l rdsiQCUa r^oiXr^ rdftijMX Aèu K^A^^^i& ^AAfiai.i 

f<è«QÌ^^ \\v(ì ^jr<a .f<AiQMÌu.i f^èìCLàl^g ■V\'^ «^^ .jaLfiai 



' ^^V^ ^ ^on^n f^ ^qcnA^gi^v^oMM S. f. 55 a 

K ^\=37i^\sn ^ + ^^ (B om. t^A^o + ^^ n^o) * B om. ^càcn 

4 + ^ml^ ^ C ' 4»)Kaa C 

' Cod. ^i=A^. . . . «^aA^ àis 

ila ft^i\nft»:u3l 

^^ XJf^ iur^ tt^^*! .rc'^cb »qp K^jàz. .r^èul^ óf< kuV^ 

f. 56 a ^r^èu\^^o .KUia J^Q.ia ft^i\\^\ »(iicuafitti .KUla oA èiA.i f<li*r^ 

coAAu calai i^oqp.1 ^r^LSQ r^i^ ca\ èur^i ^^ AikO^ ,ànnftil 



f<I=n:i«uti .^t^ ^^i!M)9 a*i*wm ;^ti ^ t^:^.=»^\sn Vu^'ÌaVu ^^n^ 
^ftA^o^!aa ^.±»o4\o •:• |Linui^ t^tuaea»:! <b«v&o^o : «AfSouHfiyicn ^ou^' 
et J<diB ,AD^^o .«A<»o fli» ^oafi9 «.3sn t<a&SD t<!jL&»if^ti .«.jauìv^ti .0^^ ^oi!^ 

f^A\^ ^\^T^O ^.A^BO .yU*%È^pSù aA S. f. 54 b ^^V4T.T> f^icAA 

. ^^ .aol 9tt ^^i^M» ^LitiAsL ^ ««&^ domiti .^^^:i 

:f^i!M)9 ^tiAsL ^oocn^^i ^o^^ |i^tk^\aD :^i3i^%Sisn ^o^^ ,^Iis^m 

i^Ao .¥^!=aou=i ^jT^nY-n ^^«uocs ^cnX^SD .^o<Ui>^ ^nftt^ ^^ItuaiSD^ 
o<» ^ Tii^^n .^^aoTi vuAD^ .i^A ^^aiD^o .^>^*fc<^ap ò^ t^^ ^oocnA^ 

vwAD^ ^g^'V^^o .d^ciAd^ .^^^n d^oc» ^^Ao .^oauea>>k. 

^ftgA AéAc» .asA t^^É^a^isn .t<lju:i:i f<I=neusi ^o\inA^ 

t<l£nVu:i f^à^o^ .^2^ ^ + ^^ Lag. p. 73 < + ^^ ^ ^rn^A 

D. f8 



r^lAAfi9.i«3 culo 

1:1 ^ + ^.±»o4\ <: ^auiaB^raacno ^ om. 

^^>iàfiai\:ì t^i^»^ .in\*\\ ^ftu^uo ^gac-ia^i ^ ou*^t \'sì .'^fjxr^mrm S. f. 54 a 

^ .i^IàLi:) >i<^i\aB2naB.ov:a t<r^»^tt ^oa34\ «ud^'ÌlaOu ^:i 
on^i^VxaearAo Lag. p. 72 abi.r»ì\x^rA ^ ">a\y*Ti bornio .^isi^^ ^i^jc^nacìvia 

o .cnìv&o:) ««^.ni in\^Ti ^»^ t^r^^a^ian ;^V^o \^nSL ^ooii ."TinsD 


^^ ^^^i-» ^^^'-» ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^■^■^ 

■ a^ t<iìflS3 :^onA^o II. mi. 11 

colo rdA 


*f5^M raffio .^ u T*wèui r^^ I 1 T^ T*w ^^^.1 ff^^^^aioQ .f<i *Si\ 
r^r^ .eoa .^arV^-l rc'AièurdX ^co^Aui ji.ll r^*^ f<èìOMi¥*go:i 
.*V2aJk2n.i ^rtliGOdA cn^èur^ Ìa\^ »Al4r^^^ . f<&ixiz.daapQ '^èurc'ifèu 

K!l^r<' .lOjjla Kls-^i .»iiT*ii iuoqp r<^.v«^ polfitta f<l\f< .r^ia\^ 
^Aftf^.l f^lx^i .»iiT*i(i èuaop r^^r^ )n i ftin .'^ r^'èìCLSni-s ón-a 
ore''' iur^ .*|A& Wl T*WT^\ '«^r^D .èaK" .1^^*W iur^ .^f^ io 

rc^mSAX. ^cnfc\\ ''ia.iM r^ocoi "r^ÌA\^ .i^tA r^nr^ 'pb r^oqpAi 
recali rdiÀÌr^3 .cnuaìAiC ooAdXv^òìO r^èuJiXJSAZSQ óoAnoAi ^rtUJsb 

» • • • •* 

rt'AuixMJLSn r^lzi .*ua ^oi&o »..^i^ Ar^n \\:n . r^iui&isazJdo 

Lag. p. 71 • 

1> ^^-ìlaÌuo •. ^^^^ ^<llABÌ\fiasn t^-\:i f<£!si*^o .ii^IaItiI ...^>iii:i ^Aa^ 
e om^ ^^lau^ <> B om. ^k|iateacn . . |jau^ « it^^^i S. f. 53 b 

f ^AuaesnmsnTi K ^u-ìcoa^a ^ ir^ma^oTi ««ms ' B om. «.j^o 


^•i^i^o.iiM f^.i ®i^^oca*èuf^.l ^Alr^la ^r^o ^^i:2n **i^^oèuoqp f. ssa 
iur^r^^.i ^Aif^ '^Asaiosao ^jiaijsna *^è«ijsa Aa^^oo* ^^^èuaqso 
\\n% .r^èi^cA ^JsKì f<iAMif< ^AA^l Aa&c» ^Doól .^«Jiaiico 

. ^ocn swaA ^ r^i^cA ^^_axi^ i^'èAsnir^ r^o pn t^ kAo 

IO f^'o v!»^ ▼-- Il '<v» • ♦v%r'^\^ <v»\,rv:.n .V^rin . i i>»->^^iàv.T,.i ^ar<LiA-o Chap. XVI 
^ r\ì,r»i'V %i •;. o?r>.A .oi\ rOi-fk^rc'no"' . T<^^.A.ijg-^»T *3a:to 

°f<lii:i^s«o f<Aiaiif.i|.i r<LijJì& vA TojuaSS^ èuocp rt^^anftii^f^ SrC" 
.^f<^i\3 r^*gnv oAi ^ vA ^i&i..i ^Air^" .r^itii vOA^ ^i.*uJìn.l 


S. f. 53 a * om. o<p . . . oóio ^ + ^ikS^as «^ ^m»Vu^:ì ^ ^Vuo^i'Ìct) 
"■ om. ^^oifib&^Do t^i^^^^to n t<ljHa^.m 


^«1 t^jo^kxtfiojk:! 



■^a r^iinflff 


HAn.T.M ^xspr^ cioèìO .i^_oa\ ^i\yiV.i ^Alr^ OAÌa.i .*ÌMf< ^^^^A^ar^la 
Liik«x.0 .r^cb ^f^^iuai r^lMix. ^isiaf< ^^^oiuacp .r^Ai^nl ^^r^LiLi r^Lao.! 
HAU.X.1S ^.iJf<o .iCUfliLk. r^èirdi ^^^^o&aaJjtA eco f<Au9 f<^ax.i oooir^^o 

rOif<^ A^ rCÌi2^cA WocpAi .i^ji» '^.*U90 .v^cb oA ^^i^\T*«a 5 

•^^KlX.1 ™^JdaL^ .iCDfllLk. J^i.iiif.r^.1 'ocb .r^'ii^cA Aini,i r^oL 

ProT.zzn. rt'AO^-cA "^.^k^coJI t^Luxco .rdÀCl^O f<i.^ ^*i&.l Kli.-^K'.l 
FroT.x.18 Klil^i iH-aMjj r^èi^gCU ^xxkBsnn ^Alrc^.i *i:»ir^ «ss^i^o .t^iuif'ijto io 

• • \ • • • 

Aik •r^AiCOQ.ia aia i^ 1 ^iVousa ^Uj^^r^ r^Ll^cb .r^^Aus» 


iT. >9iSAÌsk /^ui,ft^ i*ga oqa ^T?ki\ ^v»r^ %Jìf<\ .ia^lj.! ¥-àa.i "pxsn 

ò% r^ t»«ii4if^ èuf< .wA r^oori^.i ^iJìr^ KLiaobi ì 


• + _o*k*Ti\T, C ' vyft^coi C Lag. p. 70 « om. o<fa C *» ^^aaLm^ C 
> om. ^n£n C ^ viOSwcsm Vu^'ÌaVu C ^ Vut^a^'ifio óA ^ab&S»:i ^Aa^ C 


r^oAi^ ^.loAia t^jLÀrC" A^. ^A%Aio ^ius O^L ^A^^ r^f< 
• •acoAl °ocb A^. jaoAi ^^Aio .t-il\Ql Alia r^ivJLSnir^ J&jUt 

or^L» A^èi&i ^i^oèu^-ii reiA Or^ .'.jji&iijpa revocai' 

IO vyrt' '*vyJ».1J» r^i-o i^ÌjdÌ* i^ i^'èuo.ll èur^ .-UuL.i rdJSQ.i Mattel. 2 

ijMr^ ^t^^^ .'^.lA^L KL&Klsa iA£aJ.i' vyr^ .^^^oqoX r^vyAiAi.1 
f<èuLMi.Ai icsnèif.Ai.1 .u^LÀ Ajk&cb f<ciAf< tt^^ rVA"^ rVMbrQÌr^.i 

Kl9^ i^f^" f^lXM '^»A\^^T. r^ Óf< .KlftlM vv*«^ >AlJf< 




oop >\yi \ «^^r^.! AbÀo .ocp vwi^ vvi 1 ^,1 'Aa.! «"«-.«vU 




f<lo KLAAfl9:U9 

f^:snl.i .vU^aSAa f<.*iAaL 'kIim vJ^m» JL.:iè« r^ .r<'ÌLo.i% 
coaI ocd Ajk. «èur^ r^LA^b-SQ :i^ ^^oo^ojl ^u\^o ^ajlTì&Ai 

Vif< »\^*gnTl .^^.i Ìa\^ ftlsL.1^ Af< .r^^lMfl».! rOLlia •CDoèiff< 

•icb Aj^ f^f<^ .r^.*iaa& vyr^ «^JiaileQ KlA.! f^Ad^ìW èuf<^.i 

009 KlAnnftii&Kla Kl\.%^èi:53QO Aoqp r^Lr^i 3^\*yiT :i^ ^oso 15 
•K'iMf^o ''f^Aiaoia^o «aco*.! ooia ^óf< Wt i t ni ór^ .Qiui&:i 
■ *^ «f^^A «^^ èuao9 Klnfia ^ifèu r^f<.i èuocp a^ r^ 

r^loifiOLSa i*!^r^ .r^oAf^.! rdiaaaàa Kl\r^ .°r^lzjia.i 

•;^.*UO .vA èuooi Klruvo èi.«r^i^iu* Klir^.i ^r^iMr^o tiur^ 


+ ^om ^«a^Ti tCA^&iacno Lag. p. 69. S. f. 52a 

• + :oiA ^^^ 

èufrt'.i ^ 1 I \ ^T o ì ■ ^ ^li» .fallali ^ìJlAcd ìknMr^a *)ni\\.i 

r^ciArC^ "oqi vy ia.l ^tSOrC'Ai r^'colf^:! r^èuSQir^ t^fU^r^.l ^&Uf< 
ooA ^liiao .f<ciAf^ ^■g'it.èìO .°t\oi ^ia r^èiaiAA A»aif<.i 
IO i^jM >aa*Ì9^.lè«r^o .i^iÌjlX cd»:^. AnnAu^ ^iJMr^Aia •^•ssooa.i 
lA&z.^ JL.1 ^KL&QAfiBAfi^r^ Jif<o^ .vO:^lCL&.l iterala m ft'Aia.^^n 
Aoqp rdjjuix.! n\\pn .cdAvAos f^iuo.ii Qiui&o .vylMna ^»aa«ia.i 

^f^" na^L.i rd:3Q.i ,^ |aiV\^ioKla iMrc^n vwrc" 'f^èut-MaL^i MaitTLs 

a ^na^o ^ oioifik^ <: A=^^^o ^ aai^^ • + i^\^o 

'^om. ^•Ta«\a>:t « + ^^^ ^ [aa] S. f. 51 b * om. ^«u^ i ^«uocp 

» Cod i 

•4^ika KUÌaLfl9.*Ui 

Kl&j^o rdAAia i<oè«iu .oA .À^^oèiaLi ^K!^ iLif< Ìa^i^ .j30ÌU9 

^^ ^i&isno ^....i^ aqp 'oi '9a>^\ r^'èi^rc^ *t^^ .r^oqp ■\iVt. 
C9dio:iifa ^^.^oaJLl. ^oèuèi Aajé^co r^ .KIsaj^ ^j^ kIiH^jìi^ 

.f^'èóua .vi!kJ90.i 'acb .V\y*3a kAix^ .^cb ^ f<.*u» €iisaiif.è«.i "^jim 15 
f<iAsiQlr<'.i ^^ciiz.&i A^ «^.Ji^aar^.! i^^ èur<^ .^ooa loiaèuUQO 

S. f. 51 a ' t<Cì3r3!^^\sn b ^.Ao^ oAAo <^ om. ^ ^ oóAo * ^ 
4 + ^^ ' ^o<» Ai^ > o<b^ Lag. p. 68 ' w^^^s^^ » + <»^ai:ÌDO^o 

▼ + «..^^ ^ + ^-^ 

* Cod. om. 
D. 17 

^^ f^.l or^ •iiUf<' rd^oAM f^.l ^Sm vyrt" »^Tgil 
^An^.l èkr^ ^rt'èì^.'i&a ^^^DGOAèufV.l ^Air^ ^r^'iur^ Aiòlo .«iur^ 
•èuftf^,*U» »èur^ KlaA^Jsa .^^asgoI »\^iid3* «V\^*yi .r^èi.i:^ ^Jdo 
^Uir^ ^ciumX Aaàco ^ìHàr^ ^^iVu .^^.^air^ ^Ì^J)pèio ^Irt*^.! 


IO ila ^ Kljjr^ Aik J^r^ .r^aAf< èicA ''giuoco rdA.1^. r^.l ^ 

r^.*|aK!\o Ìa\^ oc» rel»ixA .^casns^ .aLZ^hil^ ^r^r^i^ .rc^èi.iai^ ^ 
f<ciAf^ .Tt^^anftii&r^ .^JSniiaLl r^o .r^è«.iai^ •» ^ji^&io Af.o^.i^ 


• oifa *> om. ^ <= + ^•^ Lag. p. 67 ** n^ix^H 
j + ^:i k om. t<:iA£nH^ ò^ > icTa.:* « ..^^okx^ 

* Cod ^■"igQ • Cod. om. t^^^aX^i^ 


.f^hìonxsn f^.i jliÌA.iAif<3 A^ ."rdlakèiAi oA :ua& r^3 >99:ao io 

»iur^ t^!saaÀ f^laa\è\& .^cb ^ f<.l4» r^.*u» AkJi »iur^ 
f. 52b ;^^^oori^H'i%\ lAurc" KL&AioèuL».! Ak^ : rtlu.i.i r^siQCUsi f^%aa\ 15 
tifuèurC'l f<iAsiQlf< ^^3 »^r^ «v'tì'i .^j I v'invi '^j li «..I 'ivAia^ %:^é 
Or^ .9^A^\o\ Alia r<ivA290iKA >^r< r^vi» .f^èìo^i» rcA.l 
^fSao^Ail t.^ Ai\^n f<A '^»%i*Si3cii A^o .i^LicuiOAsi iA]a»f^ 
»iur^ f<.ViL:L r^f< . ^^^air^" ^i^J^Aio 'f<.Vv^ ^aSOiì^Aio .^^Aio 

f + ^(Smi s a-i>^nl t*^ V ^ "Tiasn > om. 

S. f. 50 b o + i«X^ P ^^oacHan 4 + o^ ' ^4a^àSDti<» • [^^^ 


>9.1ii èurdA2k.i r^LA^NMQ f^hìàs^a^ f<ò\ò\^ Klai n^ ^| \ *k n 
Ai.^ aili:k.i coAA.i «V\^*gn .f^KlL.! pai *il \ % r^LaLfiaic r^LsXM 

• \ • • • 

IO \\^ .cbèArtlx. T^iflfii A^n f<aAr^ ^ r^f^li.3 AikO .r^^oAr^^ 

• • • 

pB.lM Qasi&Ki \\^ Jr^uèi&o r^ìso^ r^^vauLc cbèusiss 'r^Laiuo 
15 '^tAfipèi r^i Kli*U»f<lA Acèi v^coèì ore' .^.a ■ \f<:i ^ ■ itr^ 

f^UOdu. f<i^ Ausi J^A^nirt'o ^èir^.i ^cp ,^^^ t\\joKla «^...^r^ ef. Hark 

sii. 42 


aiA if^.l >9.i:^ ^ luA^.i \\irì .r^è i^ASaìrt' luA^ ^J>1 44 

^ om. o ^^À^^ ^ "1^1^ <" om. ^<b ^B ^^t^I»^^ • t<lA&^ 

f w^io^o K «-X^^o S. f. 50 a. Lag. p. 66 ^ <b^a&Aio > f^!=ain« 
i om. ^ìv^o ^ ^*>iwAi 

Cod. ^^^ticu»Sko 

f<AiÌfi:2n K'èuaia '^^TcLSn .r^^^itf 

d . 

oeocaJif< »CDOÌu»r<'.i .oiào .■a;!* ^rtliCLSA^ Ajk.^ :ia mino 

il ' ^^* — - — — 

> ^ft» asèi.jjk.ièì.1 «V\y^ .t^i^no rtl^^jsa KliAJdOf< r^oqiAi:! 
r<'Ì9^.i&C99 .clA^soI '>snojaè« n&o .f<è«aaai^.i f<èìa\yiftun 


m • 

S. f. 49 b * B ii^au>oa2io ^ <.«&ioS> ^ qq) f^a^nmti <> ^osmlw^ 

i Ai^^ k om. ^<Cl-A^:i * om. -^^àX^ ™ om. òA » + ^Tiatìasi « B «b^oacA^e. 

' Cod. ^.^ci»s4 • Cod. 

15^11 nft»Xi? 

fl»Xft:i M^ 

Alai *tt^Ji.f:k.iièu.i ^^...ocqI jinT. f<lo ,r^laLa.i\\*i rdlS^ 
èuf<i*iuo .f^èì^^ ^r^Ll. ^mi^tt» 3& ^^.^«^ rdASkóo.! ^Air^o** f. 51 a 


• • 

IO rdJlHf^ *oÌJSUto .r^AiajSQ.i 

•Kl*ì:sQ ^JS90 ^i>l*io ^^^:sn ^ooxJi .^aa*A^.i ft^.\\\^*«i èiA«»Ai 
^coèìdxà^ ."USO .''r^ièiaA.i vyrc" «2^cpisal ^cuiiifiajaa r^f< 

15 .SLM^n \\*n .t^M iT^.i cn u "1,1 .^wiA reisoAi. k!A cnuièuff< 

.f<èA:s)Oif< iur^.i Aa^é^cd ^Ui . . r^li^cìi r^^coj ^^«^ 
.f<AiAlv>*i ^ dittilo .K^èìOa^ ^coA r<niTu rc'^io^r^'èi vyf^:i 

^ om. ^^tKw ^ ^ -poìian * ««H&^vfiD^ f^ ^cB^oiaXti K ^cn*Vuw^ 
Lag. p. 65 ^ f^H^oAii 2 + ^ni> w*^ (B ^aus^^ i ^oml ^ om. ^w^ 

- - - ■ ini ir 

» Cod. 


■\j^n t<iinflr»:u3 

jUaA*iu.i *^ca\ r^oqp .*Uii&M ^ifk\*w ^oqp r^lfJ ^r{li.i^ K'oqp 5 
• K'calK'.i 'tqp tt^ tuns^swa K'èdMÌr^ K1:^.t1 t^acp^ rdXt^ • 
f^tCTì ^ K^oqa^ ruo .^cbA\ 1*1*1 r^LaèuIo tt^ i i >IK^^ K^oqa^o 

K^èiVsnìf^ r^oqpèis rtl^^aèca A^Àcb r^*^ ..^ioo Wèu^oi K^.i4jLa io 
^^Gnuiuf^3 ^.V^*^ ..n fti*ii\ ^*ii^*gB ^ocaj.i r^r^ .^ca\ Ai^n 

JL^ ,r<\\^^ t^^ ^^ ^aSÙI >usa KlXr^ .^^^oa^iuf^ Kli&cb^ 

<> [ocp *t^àLi ^Aa:i] « + ^AciA f [^cn] k òiVu^^a t^aki ^f^urnwT j^ 

>^ ^^izàoAcasnTi ^omgq\^Laa ^ *7io«v^>im i 

^ -rl^iiii^ wT^A^H^ .^^] 1 ^sJ^ " om. ^ifuo » .^^ 


^. . .iCLula rd2a\èiSk ^^^ca\ ^al^LSO ^ocaj .^ iCii\ ^n^T*yì.i 

• • • • 

e Kl&.ia\^ KlifiAcu.1 f^hì^:u f^.i ^.^oWrai i-à^ nA .c\\^^\ 
coèiìaLAp.1 rc'èds^ «--^Ì^ QriA».i.i ^i^V» ^\^ . •rc'AdsQ A:k. ^iusn 

^ I u T MAi.sq.1 ^Aif<li .^ÌjéO oqp i^i.2« .f^èicuL2noK!±i 
^f^&iljMA (^.umAÌiAi.m.1 (AIk" 



vyr^ .oA ii.l\.l vyr^ iur^Llaèi K^i.s«K^ioo f<li \A .r^colr^.i 
r^AVsnicQ rc^^èur^ ^.i .V^*^ èuK'ìfèuo .paLLl.l KIjlm.1 f<^iiin\,i 

rc^oqa f^ .cqxa».i r^Llaìofik Ak.o .KUnASLSa^ 

20 'f<Af^ .''r^iAMlf^ ^^.1 iuf^i^iuD .^'^.1 vyr^ r^lfJ t^^^^Aa 

' om. ^^aiAyjea i _o*^As> ^ ^ir\sn S. f. 48 b ' oro. «i^iti 

« B i^aatt^o ° ¥^A^^siì^£n o om. ^<h Lag. p. 64 p om. ^:i 

r<&a KUlafl9:U3 

Chap. XV r^Aii»*ìr^ ,^a.liu.i^ OJ.ll rcT-Ul.iK'.i /ÌJ^^^ap^M.n ^ okIÌìsl-u 

I .r< ^ i > i \ , \ , réJLSkr^o .r^^.v^.ì K'iuLi^a'ìrx' ^^ui.a&ì^k'.i 

^.aA-ÌK".! K'^aiAa.^k.^yio .K'iAv;;^! fVàvi::>j*ii%'.i tV.^iù*ì .jaA\ n 
r^èuLASi f<\n ^r^oco^ .aoiìO^ .r^LuLUC r^i.Ax.0 r^LikA^sn K^ocnèi.! 

K'oqaii f^o .aiizA vwìf^ r^ocaj KlXo .^KlAAjdQLsn .va^ oAa 
,^.\*anT Al óf^ rc'oco.i r^Lifl»^ >.^:sn r^VM^ .l^o .r^^o^sn KIsomi 15 
'^Ì4»r^ *7i.l.s« Ax. .J^\^T. r^o ìkuf r^.i ocb vyK" r^oqpèi 
Ax. K!aV^an ^K'oqaii rtllr^ •K'èiVsnirtlX oA Ai\yn r^ocai KlA 
^JM f^AiJLdQ AK^iif.èi ndkO .f^iì.i^ ciiik A^c ^..i.aail.1 ^A*r^ 

^f^^XSLsn f^oqpèio r^cfAr^.! r^^casoACo A^o ..inu\n f^èiaA*:it 20 

^*i^aAèi^.l f^a^l.! ^Aftf^ ^^ooA 

» Cod. 
D. 16 

•rC'coAreil K'AìCLSkAJ.9 «^Aekl.i ^ ■ V\.l ^AlrC"! r^.Vfrda ^.iJ^K" 
5 èuDqac f<,^onmifikt^ 8t^ ^«lAór».! ^ca>\^ A.iflkcb vw A!Laèu 

*«ifikS« iur^.i Kli^f^ .^ca\ ^in» oca vJ^ f^r^ .r^AiisMiir<Ìl 
A4^^ ft^n^y Wè\A9 ^ì vyr^.l^ .^^Ar^.l ^Jlir^la Ìa&x. èur^ 

15 ^....OorA ^èur^ \jAf^ iuoqa èuK" -^&9Q.i rdsnc .AiuièuttSa r^ 

• Imi m • . 

«ctt *yiT,n .tCOCUL^ ^u-l^aa ^.1 ^^^ccai.i ..900^.1 oco.i oisnx. 
^^rc' .^ft^l \fp^ A:k. f^^XJSf^ ".*uuSkM r^Laèu^ ^-'-^ ^^..Miikn 

bi.iTm. 7 


«Lk-f^ WV^*^ col èiA.1 'reiiaJkfioXo .rdlÀ^ vOOjjA >^.1 .rtll^m 

• + t<!l&.V$^tt>Ti C S. f. 47 b *» .^iu^ ^A^ni ^a\^^^€» C *= C W^a^wTo 

■» ^ft^li^ n 'V&nao o + ^omAa^ aosk^no p + ^^ *» om. ^^^i 

Lag. p. 63 » + w<li.,^ * "^-^^^ 

f.49a j^oop f^.i K'.iir^ ^i^gain^in ^^^iuoco ^.«.l rt^AAsQir^ * rCja^XAad 

.f^èAsniK" J^&o:ia ft^i\\y.i f^.Tlr^ ^..^^o^a^ ^.tjK" .^rdiiiMf^ s 

^1 «aoiiD .^vi^ ^1^ ^3^ocp.i A:k. 7B.vicA '.aoèi .r^calrdi 
K^AOboÌK^ vyK^o .f^colrdX K^Adsnìr^ r^oqaèi.! ^.ioèif.K^.i A:k. 
^f^èd^ir^ èurc" ^.«Mr^ .r^^oLMir^la Suda f<\a 3^ocp r^LafiaJ io 
7B:Usn ^ J^LkA ÓK^ JAu2«o Kllst .\i\n ^Aìdco caWa pa^.i*' .r^ul^^n 

tlaiaèi'" r^LacAg .r^AìoLdQirc^:! K'io^r^La m^èurc^ xjx .oa*.iCUftla 

Of^ •r^oxAr^.l mini rd&.».va K!Aft^\ *yi odAìÓA «jiut»lii^f^3 ^5 

• • • 

f<l:k.ìf^ A:k. K^TAff^ cbi^OA^ .V\^*3Q ^lia^^iio .f^^oicoa» coA^ 
rc'ocn^oA Si\n »^ca\ ÌJkU9.i iì\^Lsi rtl:da\.i /«^ .iiioao .AfJi'icaQ 20 

> om. .^^o ** wToc»^ ^ ^'ia^ ^S^ Lag. p. 62 ^^ B «A^sx^fis^ 

1 4* *«=3oi\ "* \"in^ n C19^i\t^I^r»\ o •^b.^^q P ^9 ^ B «i^^WT^ 

• 4jtoi.iu»o e ^ tA£> -a e 

Cod. ii^ocp t^:i ' Cod. S^a 


• • • • • 

X ^ • • • • 

AAao .vC».i^ .\i\no TBCiiAi Ai\n .^vviiif- ^ tbOoAi^ ^»AoQf^o io 



f<:u^t JlV^;990 r^ijL»ir<' AA^ .'*l-j»LA«èu2»1f^.l ;;^^fH^V ^ n - chap. XIV 


re^snJLo r^rV^.l r^xlr< JLà.:i rdfiaAoao •r^AirUia.i ^cnoft\n\^3 

' %A^9Ì\o i + f^o<i9Ì\ ^ + ^^A&jc t<lJ^<b^ «Y^T S. f. 47 a 

> B ,4ao^i\i\ " C marg. t^A2^ .i^ao " om. oito C ° C ...o^iaw 

C (««s&ftXtt WT^cuil^t ii^^VjAÌì\ ^^-Vpoi \\y*!n ^ÌAsdH^^ 

\JM f<iinog:u3 

rdx&cb.l ^ »Vlrcl^ .V»ni kUà^K' .1.^ »»Kl*i» i-à^ ^isiirc' 
•lÀr^ «aoiio .K^^VM ^JM ^èiK^3 ^Sa Sa .^^^aaishur^ 



KlAJSair^lsi ì i \^ iÀrc' . . ^JÀiiA Aliali ^.aoiì r^lXi ^..^Ar^o 

" ' I» ^^^ • » • • - • 

lCaU.x.6 A^Acb Kl&icb .^^^oXtrc'Ai rtll KlSOJMJ^.l i^luiOi^La .'iJSArC^ 

D .% K^AuLOiaA AcLM rt! ^KLatsul.! rcovr»:i2ia io 

^oa^A"^ tt^l^icpLSa . . r^'i^èiSk 'hÒL^ja ^OC0.i ^^^oouaì^ 

• r^.JLSU.10 K'i^.l 'K'Aufl^lèi col t^Vl.l 'rtlsn ^ vA ..aixi^ 

•• • 

A ^sp^ ^ + ^oA^ <: om. t^iAi <i + ^t^ « ^^ 

k ^ofoVuiSo^ vwaWT^ ^ -isàr»^ "> + ^ n om. ^LS^ Lag. p. 6r 

S. f. 46 b * ^ìiufioHoi\ B ìiufioSoi\ ' ^^V^ocn + A^aoi 

« «^<)^i^^ ^^t^^ ^ om. ^^ ^ .^ciAsk C ' C om. \^m 

y + o *7ioA*^i C ' ciAsk?! C 

ÌJdQKll r^lJLM .r<*ni 'Th^ .1 r^LaLX-SLA Ati^lJO r^oiAr^.i K^^.tà..i 

5 .K^.i3 rdSQCua r^colr^ f<.M9Ì no&l.i ^vyK' col èuK^ r^LusÀo 
IO *^_0€iXftèuf<'.i ^^^ocaL.i rt^\*^.i'' r^iiAàLx.^ n\nn*in\o 

K^Ai.*i:éA J^cpì^yi \ ^^_oèur^ pittino ^^^iurc' ^.^^ì^mÌoo K^i.s«a^.i 

1^1X3 ^i^cot «L^^Auocpo ."eh lini rtlAMr^lsno *»à9 f^l*f<.M3' 
Ar^l^.l i.ju\^ Klxif^ .rO.*|.aK^.lo K^Ain i ^ \^.l r^lAjLiA.i 


^^^cn T^i ^i^.i ft^*yi T. ^JS^ .ÀK^ «sodio 

r^.i ^Jllr^ AjAco «^j;^ .^^_cu»f<JO ^^...^oèu.1 vyf^ .»cooiin\. 

ruo . .^ j AiCU ^ona èu\.i ^Alr^La ^tkdia ^^ii\^9k>iAi.sq '^r^U» 

79^0 col iur^ r^-MOÌ-a ji ^^ r<\ *w .79.1:50 ^..^ooA p^l.*l 

f^o •f^^.i^.i r^!jLi& «jsa r^LLlrtli .K'oAn 

• • • • 

r^ijsn ^^_oaA \snr^n ^^oioA .r^iuBuLa .vajLo V 

OCQJuM ^^cèiiiuAir^ A I V o .i:k.o .«L oAìia.i^K' ''i^l^a^XLk..! 

.^..j^eu f^.*ia coinf K^ «^iu "^.i i*in\ .r^oArir "^^^cOftiur^ itlX 15 
»i\y ■ 9fc i» KlAo .^19001.50.1 f^lipir^ fO«oi ^jlAJ A^&cb f^Li^rc"^ 
tt^>l\\ .1 r<xij^ .V\*w.l T-lK" 'tt^^o .'k'coIk'.i ^r^Ai3^3 ft^Tl\n 

^.1 r^^À:^ vyK^ Aa&co '^ ^^^^o^kAioisooK^ oqp r^oAr^ ^^Vmii 20 


e + ^a\^ ^ y]\^[i^]\\sp • ^<190 ^ ^ K ^ \y^fciiì^an S. f. 45 b 

» 09(19 t^A^ ^oiTOo ° B A*^ o e marg. wT^cosnowT .^^ao p ao&i C 
Lag. p. 60 <) C ^^:K^^a ' om. ^ciAw:^ • + ^WT C ^ aàiw: C 

:u^ :ua 

• • • • • 

r^è\^ f^ ^W ^r^Liat.i ^cb.i \\n .ji\s\ r^aoL^».! 

Af^ «aoi^c .^^r^ rtlAjjOl ^-Sj^.l ^ ■ V ir^ Ar^ f<\r^ •K'iiir^ 
^ iV \n .KLftHcu ^* ^« ■ n yjjag.i ^Air^ ^«acèi r^Ll&cbc 

■ .^osiiìoia^ ^ C ^«isjAsk^^ e (; ^.^s^iuw d ^o, c Lag; p. j^ 
« _o<ii\ C S. f. 45 a ^ C i^cil 8 t<Ii=ai^^ ^ om. ^^ » t<ll2kii^:i[o] 

^Air^ .^^^Odijiiur^ f^Ll^QOi ^Jlìi<\ r^iAir^ ivAo .rt^ il¥n ^...Air^ 
f. 46b •:• •:• ^«^ucsalAi r^dajosa ^r^oAK" ène\ KIIk" .iur^ .nftii r^^xilisi 

Chap.XIII. f<dx4fk ^ .LadJ t^ii\ftitiA %lr^ r^n^ .W^èii^l ^ Of^A^a 5 

^9 f^ao ^'r^iì.1^ ^»» jifA«ri f«ds« .co Ai CIUCIO K'.i k'vx^ f-^'* 
^r^Lvklr^ .ft^^o \ \ 10912300 .aoAi ruii&M iuoqa .iur^ ,fk \ ^nn 
KiXk^ «^ gikgv.Au rdXo .r^Aì.i^4i rOe^Jka «^iii^K^ ^^_ooaii.i 

Ìa\^ r<ocp f<\ .f< uiT*yi.i CDÌ\9k nelSQ.ioa if^a .la^uo 
«ar^ KIIk" . .*i t uècaw %4r^ r^oco^ .inu\i rdj'iur^ 
lIaU.zU. »*in ^ %X^ Kl\.l A^.i •^..i:^ ÌJ^r^.i »cb .^^ T. .i& 


ef. KaU. 

XliU. 8 

• ^.lO^V^r^o vJbn oqa.i vyr^ .KUnfaLSn ^....o^ èuv^" K1ta1.i \\rì 

— -_ • ^ — • \ — — • 

^:iaAio ^.^_ao.*ifl9^ KlXo .%txìoàa^txì ^oifia ^^,_o%l^^ r^o 

e wri\a:^.a ^A]finWr^\A3 .^oom^ t^2ar»^ ^Cil ^ Otti, ii<ZiSll^ ^ t^aCflA 

D. 15 


: «ilo f^i^r^ ^^ v>^o oq, >u^ ^..-Ur^ .Ai=n> 

•*oco vwèv.ft^.1 \^-Bt^ èuit^ rur^ .t^ivÀOi ^^ ooxA ^uaiièio 

iQ ^^^^oLaaJl ^^.^^9 rtlur^o vyiuLsao nCLfiftÀ^ r^a «w^i \ T *i 

^A^.l ^JUrc" ^Asèu .TJi '^.Tir^o .»c0al^i JLx. Tacuxl ^.i oqp 
•^'rdartlfio.i r^.iirt^ ÓK" '^^Kliio.i r^LlIr^ TbOaI .^^iV^y.! ^Aìr^ ÓK" 

i^ r^LLftK^.1 .^^jsèu.i ^AaKIsi yi T*yi àf< èur^ ìeu» «qaèu^o^ Aiuo 
ècaAjiK^.l ooAc .coèu^o.i ^.acfi» .ar^' >i^.l r^^r^ ooòX «aAior^o 
• ^^.^ocoLSn ^Ìaoq.i ^Aftfu r^i\2k0.i ^Ascfx» ^^.^^cocvii.1 .f^'iur^ 

> ^^Ó*^ *> «^H^ <: + On^ Lag. p. 58 ^ ^k T *Ti T.^ « ^Tl 

> ««=3cn«o *" ^du^yiAB^ S. f. 44 b " om. vAf^ wT^k-oì^ ii=i ^ òwT 


— • ™' — . ™ '" — . ■ ■». • 

^iu ^1 ^rC Ar^ ^oi^o .;^^«m\\;i ^ i 

lèìXtta ^oriA^i Aj^ ^aqAnl r<^h\f^ *èiA ^:Uf^O* .^cplc ^oim 
^ciAc ^coajdo rc^èiVsniK'o ^.i ^K'iiiìitoc .^cvAc ^oqis« ^cLai 

- • • • • 


r^LajL»èiÀC .r^^.i 

•f^èiÌ4»r^ K'&ix.Oiak ^JS^ %Af^ r^^rdl 

^^OOCfll .f<^ I ft T, 


f. 46a 

K^iìOJ&AìCXSa f^T i T o ^^ciuK^ iCiuiaiiiA .r^iii«»f^ r^Au^Oiak JS9 
ooA ""i^Kllo .oriTft ì vwf^ ooii^O^.l r^i-A^rtlA lOOCUflULio 

'^ om. ii^i*9^<»va^ C 

+ o^ i^wT 

^ bornio ^ ìQ^Ti « + wTocni C 

^ni^ S. f. 44 a " 

P + 

*> om. 



r^è\A9.i r^U4JLl.TM *cnn\jn r<\nAiaq 

^•vcbo .K12«LL tisi f^vi^ ^^^ocxiièvaD ,ft^iSri:M» rOHa-O.» 
^^^^ocq3Ìi.i «L^oaA rei&^aioa V\^ rOjJa^sn Annoi .r^LxJ «aoèi 
r^iu»anjLèi ^^jaaa3.i ..afèu^.i ^^^^K" ^A:k.:ù.i vyr^ .^A^ao pi.iztU1. 

.^f^lA^i&ciK's r^JLaiCLo Aj^ .^^^ocalbQ .tm Tardóo .^^Mr^ r^ocoi 
K'vi» K'ocnio .r^Lik.!^ *^JS9Q i-sA >iKlà K'ocol .^.i KlAÌiif^o 

•aiu.1 xJr^ jAAèvjLJ:! oqa »^.^o .K^èi.iaba K^.TajL&r^ ^ i T^ t*^ 

15 Ìa\^ 'k'ìA^Ì .oA nM.i f^:ur^ K'èu^cria »cocUaiiaio tcoai^inìo et John 

^j^io .^snLao .^!kai ^*iz. ^'ix..i ^K^wLo r^liiLo r^ioiì ^lÀr^ f.45b 
AO^c .f^JLia rd\ cofico^ Alia ^ ^oolM K^.i«»0 • 

*^^ .K'iiÀO.l iur^.i ocfilK' .iL._aaiu ^^..^^ciAo ^^.^ocoi» t^^*^ 
f w:^n\ + [^^] « ^Uwo S. f. 43 b. Lag. p. 57 ^ ^Hq\^\2»o 


\n rclAafi» 


^.jlUT Aio ^.^^Oli^èl ^ OlK" K'iri.l.l ^A»rt!\o .r^^:i^ aHoSboAi.! 

Chap. XII «Itili ^,.^0001.1 f^^gncirì i ^r^ i n 9k*:ni^ .ifio^i^.! ^ ardl^xi 

col r^ocnl .f^èlÌ4»f^ K^i«.l^ ^^ lUiV t^ilxr^^ omlr^.ia i 


Sf^ ^.1 ^^.^oèur^ ^f^iiftì \T<' >i»ì iVu> Y:ba .cosi JS^.«-x.i^iv>i 

•ilArdja >ì\¥^:i rc'oAf^.i KLao^ A:^. ^i^i\ i ^.^^ooqpèi r^o 
^•45» ^^.^^«^ f^r< .tnov^ ^^^ajMa^ r^o r^isn.! osAua ^^^.oif^èi r<Ao 15 

^oiA^ao K^èii<lA^9 K^^aSkA^saa r^Lisaii*oid«X *^azìììsq oococ 

ooqpo .^^^Aiìfi fk ^:iAX. ^,,ciuooo r^Hf&z. ft^*wi\ft>r^ Aka 
^•1 w^Ti Tn\ •f^èiOÀ&ia èuf^\i\yai reliìr^ r^èuìkon ^AXoii^n 
f^ocoio .f^iuAA.i r^U4JLi.i:ao ''coa\ji rc'èu&o.i jlì^AiÌi 


» n^ovd^Jktt t^cu v^^ o2^9i^^^o i* aiòlo <^ [t^^ ^oootii:^ onfv»»^^ ^cA] 


voia^ K'ocaJ.i .^lA^sn .*!& ^xsor^ K'ocaJ.i .^^Xi^.i 
^^^^ooAik f^èioLMO f<i^T..i KL^reLlM.! vyi^.l .r^i^Tn.i vyf^ 

^f^OQDO f^v*ièc5a.i itili f^ .^^r^li».l ^Jurc' ^.^^oocol r^r^L»!^^^ 
f^oAr^ ittLusno .^K'aAK'.i ft^?n^\ Ìab.vsQ .cnAfiiiX 

Mail. tL 

,0^:^ coAìCAftV» :ua 'or^ ììiaep r<lAM.i f^.v»r<' .r^jLiia.i K1X.&1 
IO iCDoAuif^ »*gq\, f^ciqp r^.i AA.i .t^Jl^co iJ^r^ ..^oiA VA-^MattsiL 


Ju&cb f^ .i.*uisn 9i.iaC90 »ssa:k. xsAsn r^.i \Lo .ocp ^»Vnnri\ '^^^^'^ 

^ • • • • 

1 n >l.i .^cui^.i QoÓJo.TiAAaci .r^Aior<\sio c^kIa.^» 
^f^Ai.i:k. ^.1 QJcó .T5^\i*yì nr> rt'AiAa rtlLMJO .r^oAr^.i colia 
20 .r^colKlX ^AjjLaksao ^.icooo ^1010 ^li» ^^^ocoi.i .^^nAo^r^Lo 

« + dA -li^tSso .^^:ib^ ^ jaSkSn ..^i^nsnT) oAA ^l^ o^ S. f. 42 b 

k ^fcbAoGva ^Me»nB Lag. p. 56 * ^o <u^ 


• iur^ r<^^» •*!& «^.sa^UL^.! r^U^iX^ .v^ifial iiCUnsLO 

OfLAJLaiaii t^LxA&uSQ ^^^ooaiJi.i r^A^f^ rt^ftan&i^i^ 8f^ 
K'ocaj .aA^»l rt"^.!^^ ^^^iuf^ ^isala.i ^r^LsQO .^^_a^^cJf^o 5 
cdÌam Ju^ %xuf^n %^f^ iure' fdM\.i .r^Lsoi f<Vnn > t^ i»?^ 

- • • ' 

f. 44a ^^^f^" 'KlliAficLM Ar^^ «r^cb K'èuAa i^LmÌx. ^i^K'o ^i^LL.! 

iuf^ li-A^o KlivtKlX Ju&eb «.^ .^Au!» ft^^\ T.o ,r^*ia \ t ,1 io 

XaXà ìkcA ifOco KiXk' .JLiufikJkAi rdX ^JK" >a^o .f^*i \ to 
•^aSOmi 'k1i/v>o ^f^^ciaLa:iLkJ9.i ^^Alrc' .f^oAi^ f^L»!.».! ciuia^ 15 
f^^oaièvl f^ì^ f^LtLi^xa t<ini .1.^.9 .1.10 1.1 "^Aka 
cn^fllA ^ f^AuoAf^ ^f^iiisa.1 '^i^At^.i-A^ aiSu.i •r^^0Lii\\j^OQ.i 


1 20 

» om. o *> + ^a^^ « .^o]oc»it» <» t<Ì3o C * om. ^k&^ S. f. 420. 
Lag* p* 55 ^C «^ s ^H^fiacDo ^ + ^uskoi > + ^^Miti ^«1«^ ^g^yat» ^tCk^^^ 

P t^*-nT. <1 B iK^OIt) ' croi ITI fO 


.^f3 r<^ ■\m*nAOf^o »^^à\^ tcoaiur^ 1^00X1^.1 ^.i r^lisiiaxi 
ocp óre' .Jax^n r^^iSkf^ vvcuir^ Ajk. iuf^ :uj«f^.i JLa^cd ooaif^ 

f<i\^\nT ^ ^oi& paito i-A-\^ ocp vyA:^ .'^rt^AìA*iaV\ 30 i^Ìj!^.! 

15 f<^^ \ '^t*^^ ^A^J^èio f^ft^^^-ìirc^ ^.1 Qjob . .SHT. .^ni "A:^ 
iiaaif-^-'* ^f^ r<9^ jao^ r^.l .vvOuKlX oA è\niT, ^Aa&qd 

f<li«.*Ao f^Aìaii.i\v*i iur^ Ì2L^0 f^èifikf^ ^K' .*u*9f^ kAk' .oA 

• • • ^ • 


•vvcijjr^ oA jiaiT, r^i^oi kA.i '^vvAioaA^ao vAfi vviA.^^ 

S. f. 41 b » ^<:J^\=ìo^ C ^ ,u=^\ueno C « + 

* Cod. 

r^*ia\ T o.ia:^o ^^oiK" ''a&oK' rdA«.i9 ^^cOQOaio ^^o^i<J3 
3kf^^ r^iifn ^.^..ooA rc'oqp^ ^^.^OJciA ^^..^Olrc' o^ir<'o .^..^coèviAa 
oqÌ ki\o r^.i >i:iJBa\ ^^_air^ a^rt'o .:i^ ^a^ .1^ ^K!juv*ì 

f^ocRulo JLi.^.1 ocoJlf^ ^^iè«.io •rtliA.TA oep .làu^ ^oa^i^ 
nldocus eoa cnèub^ \sa ,r^:aa.i\>n.i r^'èiai.Taài^n ^ ^i^i^oi 

cn\ rt'oco^ rt'i^ai i^i.^^ .*uk KldaA.1 .^__a^.iè«Ai A V>na 
ProT. zix. r^^jL&l K'.iir^.l^ .Kl\è^2aa Vj-\^ i^r^ .r^AuXu '.lio^o r^'iiSkr^ 

le. ^* ' ^ 

Mail. T. ss «^j^'n .V9Qr^ ^oÌ& ^Àr^ .aoèi^ .'^t^CLSQ^ r^iufkrt' W.'UmK'.i 

>\#^«^ .«s^wTo t^cf» ««s^wTo .wTmXwT ^ _ o\ ^hq\ ^d\aii^:&:i t^i^^'io^ 
^ t^!i^.'io& _ o\ *ihq\ <^=30d\ ^Ck^m .^^Ì^tì ^i^à:^ ^ai^o . ^n >^v£Lt> 

g a»o:i»o ^ ^snWT I^. p. 54 * B ^:»lo^o i ^nii^^ti ^ai^ t^ac&j:! 
k ^0:3)^ * o (C oi^sn) «...à^n ^^Sk^ <^=30^o "* C vyooi^ vmIs^ aui^t) 

D. 14 

•V.1 MI 

ièi.9aA ^cDièimJM ^^ oocp^ K1X.1 ft^^nnftii^f^ Sk" 

^ ^q piìioe.^ colando «n^iA^^ n^^otioifio ^Vu^ti t^u^ oós^ :^m\^ 

— y ^ • 17 

•5^ • li. 1.17 

ocp .^ .t^Wti ^^V^ A=i onooiSkO .t^i^hM^ o^ .^S>^ .^0^0 ^^"^'^ 

oTiOEifiowrt) ^ftid» :Aà=x=i=3 n^oc» «un^Ti ^ftiój ^t ■ v n\ _ asntiq\q\t> ^ti 

^o ^^ ««&ii^ ;Wr^a:9a^ ^^^[}io2L maialo .^ r,oT, 2^ ^ìA^?i 

^x.t)o£i[:)]:) ^«IaWT Lag. p. 53 .y^nh ^ti jao'ii •:• ^^oa!i ^ftiwT 

^h^Aj!^ t<L£«:i «^cn!^ ^tiiaLsji t^-i2u^:i .,i^i\y\or. -pnci t^ \o\n 

,iLw: ^'lo .^t^-A^ ^^oU cnA ^t^jL^ .Ao^ t^A^ .^o;:9»it) 
'^%^r\ T \ .^asÀ*a»^ ^.A-raoA'Vsno .^^o^^ t^Ji^a ^i^ ^mcA:^ ^ « n nri *K 

_q^^ ^A^.ni a& ^ti «^^^ .^f^[\à^i. ^ksaaùsno ^tia ^il*^ ^ ^\i i 

Ju&GO ^^^OdA A2^aiu ^^coiik ^cb ^jsa ,«\jA^n^^ KlUK" ''oqp 

.^cpon^SL ^^^d\ ^\o WIaa'^iio S. f. 39 b oc» ^*nn*w "apti ^.asdìWT ^ain^ 

\^:)^\SDt) ^^^ itk^ \^ ^^n^ ^.jsio^ t^^Atiti . w^&sao t<2i^\uo ^.j=ioiiu:i 
_ ft^V\T.oi*k*^ ^.jsiiiu n& .ós^ ^^^:i:i iK^Hii^ t^^Ati ó^ .r*»»^ t^n \a9^jb. 

\" \ • • • • 

f^^ti^:) ^ooi a»ì\^ti ^^is^ oài ««&^ .^^&^t :i^ "^sl^ ooi^o .t^J^ti 
t^!^rA?i:i .o<p ««&^ ^:ii j^AJt) ^c»*ittt) f^-SD :c]9d\a^ii^ ni>io cnsa 
¥^aBiAi=a iiuao Lag. p. $2 .^cn^^ "^mn t^i^o nsi^ìiado .^os^c» ^qjcir.aVi 
f^i!^ai o<p •^ti^vsot) f^^ oài .^ ««&^ ^.jsiodìo .~7»2nai mensa ^<1A 
I ^oioHeaotio .^cDoSkikooi ouio «.^a^MASi a=iacJid\^o asAsndì^ 

rff^^^ cn^ ^cawT ^\ph^o^ jiiS^V^bji '^a^'v^ .cn^ «^.o^ià^ ii^ii\Wli.^;;fio 

1^ .«ftOi ^'\»'ÌK. ^c»qÌ^^ ^ousnt) ^d^coc^en n^tic» ««&^9 ^<» ^àS>9 

.,*]pnsD ^(n^ cn^ ^om ni'n^ *^an ^ti .^tioi ^m ^ tj:i\ ^ ^:i 

"Hi^BSD f^t) _ o oaiLSD ^t) ^^i*^o .f^uti ^cDol:^ onofio&o S. f. 4oa .«u^^^d\ 
«^^.fajio ^*=io^^ f^SDnsb» .^ìfucci^ t^n ooftjo .ma ^i^Skw ^ft^kìiti .1^. 


rdioriVy^yi .^^.^oi*.!^^ ^^,_oèuu.i.l r^.ia.l «^co «i^^ofuLk. ^»:daix.^o iun.TiL8 

r^LsQ.*!.^ .r^K" ^^^ooi ^U 1 i \^ Kl\ .f^x^tAr^ r^L&o^H-Si 

• :Ui >i!k. .v> Kluvto rt!ju.i ^^.ooqX iuf^.i ^^^cb.i ^^^ocoèviAa 
fcoai^ ^è^f^ •..^•i^ «^^ \nrw.i KLilK" aio A^. >i.*ijbcA o&Lo 

.^r^wVpi r^.io KL^AÀ^sn tcooiure' "«^jr^'o .fCDo'i^o.i ™^^aif^ 
rOièicu poui f^o .f^Ulfla&rc'o Kli^iaJMo rc'èdMiK' >ljj1 ».J^o 

ndAa .AècnX co.ifK' f<^\iTeio .reLiMj^i» tCooiuK' "«.j^ .t^aI^.! 
.*y\;. f^iaji.*UM f<Llw ^.1 acp .i^èiàus ."iTuAcq r^LdixiSLSso f^La\.i f. 43a 

^ + .«ut<lAd^ ^•jsxàìi^wTt) 2^ ;t<^t):) Lag. p. 51 t<!!:aocu£3 ^ti ^^ì\£3 ^ 
^ ■ V^ [t^-fL^SD e»] t^'^A^ .t^[}io:sLt) t^To t^n n^onui S. f. 39 a ocp 

»^ lOSi T> tf^i*t)?)- _ O dUO<D 

e f^aAoVvB ^ -^il^^o ^ «^^^ ^VtT) f otti. t^A^ ff .^ò):) 

ooLULis AuK".! ^^ oiob .f^laèia^ xsnf^:ì vyr^ r^ll*:ia ^rc^rujLfl^r^ ^^^osoonio 

OlK" ^^,,oAi\^T..l ^f^MO ..v> >^ .V> ^r^.lo r^lJUV»'' ^^oq\ 

'^lèA ^,^^\*inT ò% ^.i^o •KIaÌjsq.i auti^rda ^ìaièoQ i^fijL r^.i 

^.*IjbO™ f<i\fti^ KLxiìkia 'ètXAa ooA K'ocpo •f.làif.K' >i\iL\i 

^^...^4^ f^im vwf^ Alio ^jJ^isQ ^^ oiuoqpo "«"rdAAjjfia r^ooAf^ 

^ .nxMiuo ocp iÀl.1 %Jlf^ iuK' ^:Ur^ .'^r^L&Klri ^jaKlfia.» K1X.1 

» wTnii 

vy^i^ ^ oca»Hq\ S. 


^ ^^U'ioo ^^i*:i <: ^^Isn 

;t^wr «»c»o^^ :i 

i^ .^cmsD nuN^ ii^!!:»il:) 


.«&^t) ^^ .^t) ^^ 

ià\40(19 M^ 

.^^^ ^ti^vsD ca:iV\m 

• . ^<^alars \ao i^!=a^cCD \ao ^^I&^OS. ^ 


s + le»^ ^ ^AfiùoaSkVvmt) 

^ns, ^^ 

koài ' ^ o<n«HÌ\A 


1 Ì4^^ 

k ^ „.=utt^o le»^ 


» ^(n^^ Tina t^su 


n + .^W 

t) ^n^^ n^^oifitf^S»:) 



;^:i ^uskoi ^^^901 



' Cod. om. t^^&B. 


••..^oasitua KlsiaiaL 0.101:^0 ^^.^^aiK" o^K" .*.*u» A^» .*u» ^va\io 

• • ■ -....^^ • ' • • 

^^re' ijJl9% tt^Stt^a UooLk. ^tcooXrdJL .1^ f^aoTÀ i.»r^.i vv^K" >^^* 
^"^ ^ • ^^ • \ xviii. ai 

5 ^.1 ocp .^Aiai .\i T \ r^L9Q.*Uk. .oA jaònt.rc^ M^r^ •*£> \^ ftiì 


r^L9Q.*Uk. f^K" •'"^Atoi ^.shtN 'r^Lao.^Uk. r^oep kA.i '.....^f» i»f^* 

>a.l.» fiocino JL.1^1 ^.VlK" ."tJIK' Ajk. ^^^_Oi^Vl.l KlXo ..%Jf^ 

,0 •"^Aif.lAiicn ^^^OfUM.ia ^^^oocoi" ,r<^nn.i\>n.i K'^OI.t.a^S» ^ 

^^ifiUnJ T-Sf^o*^ JL.i.^1 nldoA.! .^ocb ^^^oocai t^nTn ^lèua^ 

>il i^f^ JLjÀcb ^^_Mcai -f- ft^i T 1 :uiLa ^....^t*^ ^^_ai.àZ.i«o 

r^L&o;iÌ& ^^ 000*1^ Aa^^c» ^^_oi«r^ .V^ farcia "jait^fti^nti KIA.1 

*» + ^ftiwT o^^^o ^o^^ 

Lag. p. 50 ^ -jpoii^aan 

+ ..^OCiA .^OOOU?) ^^=3 è ^^^ ^^ *7>^ ^^ lei^ %Ci«^^ "^^nS^ au 

o + ^o aA^ ^^ "pncicA ^^ouwT ^tiiixai^n oi^oisn «^^^ ^.^^'n v^^ 

' Cod. om. "TB^ • Cod. micoci^^ 

•4^ r<iinnf>3u:t 

ì ■ *wi > 

LQkezz.25 ^0909.1 ^IMr^" ^. Oi\\lOf<lri Àr^n vyr^ .^^^ooriASn.ia ^.^^ol^.i^Ai 

lftitt*in\ Kln^ JLjÀcb èuoqp .r^ooir^ K'oArt'.io .1 Ofin\ ififta.i 
jaxsn ifiUftAi i-^"^ «^^-^ f<*«i \ X .Tn:k.è«.i iiff^viu J^&j«è\:sao 5 

.^KlirUBOÀ vyK' iuf^ ÌA.iicno .i^coXi^ ^ ^r^ Ai».i.i .V\*gn 

^ ,^ ^ • • 

^.vire' .f^LiAcb .i'ì>^\ flu»i:s|Qf^.i ^Ali^ ^.^ 

AoiaLo mÌsqo r^lzo.i ^.i fallire' .f^ìcooii ocp cova r^cb ',n\^ ego 

f.42a ."k'.IOI ^ \>1 vwK" W^.*!.^ ^^' *^tcniian^f<'o fOiUoi^^o^ 15 
^..^oacfU Ìa^ .1^ •iuK'iisa^ oA .laKli K1X.1 icdoIaii ^°^ièiao 

Man. «ciA jiÀnLrc' t^K" UJ9 A^ftil ^..^ ^Alal ftlM&.i /^^ oA^or^La 


" ^^oti'V^^^ " ^'lìnsa ^o ^ + ^-.^r^^ fatati «Y^ p .^(n*^^ 
q ^oài r t^At) ^:i oczsiwT S. f. 38a > + ^sn^ti 

^ Cod. om. ^^uitt ' Cod. ^cdod&^o ^c»9^a^^o 

.T».l é$ 

' • • ^^^■■■.«_ • 

'f^AulVtK'.l Kl^VLO .^èi^n K'Oca^ >HP^ .tii\T^.l ^AIk" ^.1 
IO :u^.i .V\y*»i ■''cn T ^ 1 ^f^^ ca.=iAo on.twa ftp r<9ka n fti i 9kf^,l 

r^ r^L&iu».l r^li«:iA ^.icuila >B.T^a 1 fti y ^\ ca\ ficcai °^f^o 

icoalia^ Aà» .r<^n*i.iWn .^ t\yji^ Ì-jl^ r^L&iA» :us «^3 ^-^ 
r<\*yift> .>ri9rw\ r<l&i*i ^.ifit^ r^lÌMflo t^*** ■V\*t^^ •f^caXK'.l 


ìfuc^'iio ^ 4- ^Ac»:) t^\*non\tm ^^oc'icn f^< 

a + f>^>-***^ ° .oooocd^^o ^ 4- t^Acn:) ^ i*non ititi ^^diocisn ^^o 

** om. 

Lag. p. 49 " ^SkWT o :)€uAao S. f. 37 b P t<iiaii ^ 

re'èiaan.i 00010.^1x0 ^^oiuiùf^ ^^oaxài Aà»o /f^Ai.i:k..i on 

• " • • ** 

Chap. XI >UQO r^l&cuiió^K' Aiói '^ooèi r^:!^ÀCU* v ixtt^.i^j.i ^ arCll^u 

i^iSjpKll .rd^U» >i:WJ rd\ r^A^i ^ cca\ rCowa Kls-.^X^ ^, %^.^o> io 

i^àA f^c^^AltMo rdatJì.i ocb.10 : Ai.Ar<lii.^À >i.T-:» ^ cvco.i.i^^a 
^^ooaI^ ^4aia .lÀio . ^fVi\:i 1^.^79.12». K'iì.t^ ^-^ "^V^^^ t<lvxx. 
•rdiiLrdA ^art^Qfi « rd\.i ^i.1.1 ^ aicb ^ai1:i ^ oocuj fN.<tiiO .'ii:^ 
coTaoi Éiinv^aa .tjì rd:az=» ^«^iè^iu .r>/iir/.^^;^ rv^&«a-ì.iijii^ .1:. 15 

jiOAZl.! j3.Vl.lo .^|\ji.l ^03 •V.\gt3^ .aoiio . r^^A^x V j .^:^À\x.:>j.> 

i^ò\ «^««^liì ^ oocq^.i .KLuLMaLSQ *)a^ KlAOAfiOA&K' oi^ Ju&cb 20 

vsnf<:ì \\^ f^i» 

8 Barn. 
zzU. M/ir 


^i^ m ooco^.i .KLuLMaLSQ 


Odaco^ m^r^a 

S. f. 37 a 


òno^aeao^:! .«oar&z^di ^oooio^iìacio 

*» om. 




lèii^SQO «eoa .in\*g(i f^in.ii^m Dcn ^i >ii.9 ..Vi^o 

f^Al.T^ OaX oc» f^ilk.^ A\\ f^CLlU.l OCfUr^ Aa&c» Klicb 

f^Aco^jjia «£L*^.i vyf^ ^cfia o.Ta:k. jL&cb KlloaX .^fCOOÀia^ 
\VV*gn .caa*v» cn *n \ j3Ci2ao i^èu-ca^ ...» r^Ti n\ ^aji:^!^.! Pror. zzu. 

▼ • • • \ • • 'in 


^.. Tt^^niT. aia' r<ocpn \\^ .^rc'ii.Tk. i^i ^ t. Aurc^ìfèuo .jifia&iif^ 

15 K'r^lAÌ;^ ^r^ T il ^^^oaìèiD .^i^.iicn Ì1ÀZ..1 ^Air^ f^èsM^ ^ 
Ajk. ^^_oiu^ relÀ.iCl^ .^^^OA^iUa °r<l\^cLfl9r^ rdlHa.l-Mo" f^U^V» 

^^ca\42^n:9)0 ^ + m^ 

l' cn^ < A&wT:) m cA^ào Lag. p. 48 " ,^^\*^\ <> + òsat&Jt) ^C^y^ias^ 

co** Pr ■inflP!|A3 


^^.^oiuoqpa ,r^i^:%^JD tcauolajao i^.IaK' ^osoAflo ^.Iaoso .i^èiaiiJSA 
^jLOn^ «aoi^ KlsaX.! .tCDoèur^ f^!A2kCK}.i rtliirdX ^^i\^o ^Ìacoi 
J30^.1 ^K"^.*!^ Ar^L^.l lilÀn fOiUÓUji^ «^^O .^^\uf^ TJrdX 5 

iuf^o .^.iLftèoa.1 ft^Tliln iuf^.i Ìa^ ^ii» • . eoa ivA ''r^i^cui io 
j^X^n àf^ re'èula^ ^:i ^i^i^ «i^H-fAui ^^^^ca»i \^ftn ^oqp 
OHM ^^.^oooftèuf^ :i^ ^CD ^.1 ^^_aiq3 .i^i-fiu* i^ittia ^^v»r^ 
.f<!sJÌaiX Àr^ "^K'H^A ^r^ .Wire^ciako ^^^oiK" K'i^^ •K't^ ^ 

^ifiu» ftlX >i.i.23Qo ."f^i\ft.i coi&ax.o coiìCUf^ aob f^lxj^ Ann 15 
j&f^ KlXr^ .cojL» jAm^i\r<'.i r^i^èu» >i.*l-:^ ocó A'^*w .cola 

K'^èuwLsJsn.i r^.TaOÀ vyr^ rd*ìsa.i coèAM.ia K!aeuiLa ^iùre'o 20 

Lag. p. 47. S. f. 36 a » + ^cnoi^ *» + m\ « jc oVt 1 

^ iK^^d\ou "pnsDo •. óA ooi ii^n*«u ^ om. ocp -^ + f^!:»:i<» k ^^ ^ 

Jlas^co ^aioa.ilK'o .r^l^ièua i^^ièi Kli^.! 010.10 .f^èdMiK" o&io 
coAuLsn.! i^U^.i ^^.,^aaeu>i\o .r^Kla > n ìifii ^^_oocp^ KL^.1 
f^ÌAÌjaaA ^.lAsL.! ^^f^ ^^^^ociA^o .reli^cb TJdoK'.i Kl«ÌJdQ.i ii.t.m 


• • • \ • 

5 f<lA-&l.l eoA^OAikio •co.%A»ax. \\n f<^iTiA ■ 1 Mjsao /K'i^cai ss 

r^Llf.TA.1 .f^i.» i^r^.l vwiK" .^^^oèi^K" ^ui.i ocp ^^^oauLfia lIati.TlJ.8 
^^_aauA»è« KL^o .^^.^OaI ji^AvjlJO ^jiCLUX..! ,ft^^ VèiA Kllco LiilnTl.87 

r^laijA >\èiaElo r^è«.\^ ^ jiCL2a .*!& .coiM -\i!i^icn.i "rOirc' f. 4oa 


.&]La» .VK.K'èi^ ciAa.i 01.20.1 Klx.Ai.ri.1 r^L9Q.i ''•u.r^:i A;^.i ^\ 

Cton. Ix. 6 

«CDoèuff^ r^lid^cD.1 fOcb ocp oil&^usj .^.i .*|.à ..«uf^f^.! r<l».*i 

' om. ^iuwT »" óiiT^ 1^ wwWT n om. t^wT o + t^:ìt) p om. 


^^OJK" rei&tAlO **»AXX.Al AcAl (^.«UK'A .f<U»flUL.l OdAiCUÌA» ^XBOfil^ 

_ • • • y • • • 

• • • • 

Kll •K'V^^ ciAàA lOoaAsLajLi Klli ..^JBttjaaAir^.i acb r<L9Q.ioEa 

1^ KIA3 IO 

/Ai^ff^LiuL^ rt^Ujèu.1 f^Lu»cUL\ »onAiC|\o .K^l|\jgii jjuaLAiAiK' 
lUr^ r^WM^ ^.lir^ .r^èiGL»»:» r^l rfv^^ cni^ i\^èui 

f. 39b ^^...oèur^a .r^iai;9kr<L9Q.i r^iìai\j|\^fisa »cb 'rCàì\^.l •jji&èlf.èi 
• WiÌjl vwr^ K'Aioi^^^iA OUoVAfiAl f^l T*iii T*w po^ r^AiO^i 

colla^ ^^^^SLak.èi.1 ^^^cèaK" ^^-^^ A^^ .'r^^A^.! ^ c\ft\ »»! Aio 15 

r^.id3 ^^ ocp 9.^1 .*!.& •\ii^^èi:sn.l r^Li.lK' acoAa 

Dtttt.1. 17 •r^Li.A.i.a K!Àr^la. .AJtoAi rtll.i Ìa^ .a^èuk .Kl*iJsn.i 

ia^:sa rc'.TMO&.i • 



U.I. IT KImÌu ^ojc! rc^^ iV\,\ oacìà ìmk" Aciia .^K'Aici^iAi rdidb 

• • Y • • • V • • 


^ + 

h ^ 

I^g. p. 46 

« om. 

i + 


p 010:10 

i f^:» S. f. 35b 



» Cod. 

acaL.1 ^J^m^o ^^Cls\ ^^osk" ^J^ar^a ^^ocn*gn\ ^w^oDèirc" 

coarta ^^ caf< '^aiCLuf^a .^^cur^ or^Li-aa ,l ccn*gti^ a\\*«ìo 

KlV^» T-iiik xa^ K^.i-ff^ iCDoi^ >u)9 Klicb JL^ Àr^ rdi&cb 
ciiA r^ocixJ .rc'èi.i.^.^ ^iCfuAèiOJ^èic 'Ju^K^Ai ^^:uoti «tCDoLb^ 
r^:i.ff^ pniQfin i^^^f^ ..iosxls^sq •&1m r^x-ff^ po-Ijao ocp 
IO rdioiiJ^ . , ^i\in*^ Klz^.*ia f^ljjCÌ.i rc^èiO&Aia^ ^r^èu.ia^^*aiio f*39a 

^oouJmHoeA ji fti^*gti\ .ni^*^ iVoqsii f<lAo .^.^.^ocajijLjj.1 ftlli^O^ 
K'èiax^èitMa JSkr^^ .r^la^^.l r^AvL^a jjiCjjèir^ Kl\r^ «r^Ai,!^.! 

CLIC» .ft^¥a3 rdSOJBBja . r^L:k.Kl* r^v^ot» r<torr9 i^.ilrc'o .»aiAÀ.i 
20 .r^f^lA^to r^lMo^3 ^K^lV^i ^1 aiob ."onuOA r<>n%i .r^iu.iÌM 

• • 

i du:99:iai i^ i^^ii^o^ti ^^ciU^Hrn^ao 1 + [^ìuai&tij S. f. 35 a 

' Cod. oitti^^^^ ' Cod. ^Qu^o 

• % • 

^.^.sr^l f^sjspr^ r<ftlu\i r^Lr-fiulK^ .aK^èì.! K'.ioè! aca^r^ 

Kll ^ i \m \ .^r^ K!X2kcb .^^ a\ ^aiAuJLJo rtlsnèuAi ^^^iftil.i 5 

/ • •^ — \i 

f. 38b OVU3 rtlsn ^.^^^op At^n \\*n .ì-aiA ^ ■ n9ki ^^^oociu r^lAK' 
^AASki *r^Lfia!k9Q.i r^lsa&rc'.i^ .^i^^to ^^_ociA ^u».1 ^Air^ ^.sioAio 

^^^ ^^ ' ^^ • • . • 

tCDcJj^ aocp ^A\^i ftlioolA^ 

X7 r^.l .^^^oaxucJ^ìo ^..^o^coèiAaLiASQ Ainn\ vMrc'a ^oÌA it^l^ 20 



Lag- P- 45- S. f. 34b ' «^^ « f ^nonwa^s ^ o^ ^ -h Asì^^^sd 

i om. ^J^^ ^ om. ^Mco ^ 

Cod. 4^o:w»:»uo • Cod. 


vA .tiigf K'ocai .°.\7ìTl r^èi.*uA ^Kli&K'.i 

^KUÌJSn ^^.^osA vMr^.! \\^ ..ftlfia-A^ vyr^a it^^ l t» vwr^ 

5 èuK' •&èioèvjpno K^èi.-u^^ èur^ Ann *ia r^LxJLa ft^.ftì\na\ ór^ f. 382 

.Tt^Ti -ì K'Hìl^ i^.*ia^ Ai\*ga Aoiì f<lXo /^^oi?niaii.i 


f^u iVi. ijDB-^ièi ^-^ .T^.i .fèv:^ ^-'-V. *^*^ «^«^ .a\y m.i 

•j ' • ^ • • ^ • 

^ 18 

•f^l*M ^liV^ r^l&ijj ^^ AcAi ftli&r^ .co ì ^ r^l^js •!& r^ijsn 

^^~'*— ^. • ^ _ • ^^■•~— — _ • . • ^^■■■— .«.^ • • 

20 oca .^^^oaA >niyTM t^ociu rtlttifkM ^^r^a Aaàco r^L&iM vyfX' 

S. t 34a, ^ om. ^oA^^t >( f<CA=xi 1 jafia& "* om. ^..^9^ 

J^ f<^UÌAfl9SA3 


f'37b r^lV^pi.l r^^r^a .r^i^^l.! ocp cni» ftlldo .%^f^ A^ A:i\^ 

»*ùttu» ^^^aaiM^r^ Kli^ds.! ^AàK1\ .^^..aJrt^ ^^,oiu^.lf3 r^Iao r^cn 

.^cb.i ^...^acfiiao ^ì^cdi ^^.^oiuocp r^LiaLMJLS«c KlAanoni^f^ 
•KliìK" ^sn .ijj JLk. ^.iJsn ^VMrt^.i ^ acoi^n ^^ o\^t Ai ^.^a^ io 

•jjLfkèuzJ.! ociUK^a •»cDoHao.i ^ i^ni^k^wo èur^Lao^Ju* ^mn^^wo 

.*^^^ai\\lorda ^ijsnr^i «^^Ìm.i aiii^cu vyr^ •K'èiflULisa acp cl1m.i 

MaU. ocixlr^a .^'tcnujjr^ r^li.Skèuo .acèu ^.ifko .ciAa 'wIas ,ciiAfia&r^ 

^aif.èi3 .K^iiAèi are' ^lèi èua toiAikLAK' .'«uÀÌiio9 Klli ^1 15 
\k ^»MOU)Ai ^.loifl» K^èAAi òr^ ^lèi ^cl& A.^.:! r^i.4JsaK^.i «ioa 

r<ìU»cìa r^i^o r^Lar^n .V\^*gi .^cuièi ^.i< 

KlUOÀO r<èi0.lùn .^r^ èurf ^èi ,r<^l ^k \cui K'èiOLl^AiiJSn 20 
^:iaifl9 r^AAAio ^i&i ^<x& A^. Klicb AJ\^ . ^^>^\«l ^«Jur^.i 

» ^Ac»:! *» n^sio e :iakO S. f. 33 b <* ^t^^v^ti « + o 

D. 12 

Sa3 «iàSk 

KlULi&sn 09CD.1 .iuJdor^ ^^._oaA.i \\7^ .^^^^^k\ .\yi\T. Ìa\^ 



èui< /r^idA rdLda^Jkdk »cdcA:^ ^^acnu.! ^Alrc^ i^Sfftla rO^ll 

•>vyBJil v^K" v^iuinl ^jsutK':! t^l» '^MrCi A'^^ .vOKi\ »iiA 

15 .xJìr^ A-!k. K'.iónLflD ÒK^ .r^i-\i\ n,*w ^ocori ^ 1 A tf^ A*\*yì.i 

• r^AictsuLAi «^cuikJso.i ocfUK^ •rc^èi.uwa^ t<^\ nano r^KL»Aao 

• \ • • • • 

^' — ^ • ^ — • • . • 

.rCS^r^Ji ^ardXKiraa ^^^ r^.io .^aaIAi «^^ ^i^ù.l ^AIkA 

^:iUf^ ^«^jA^^r^.! oòraA r^oq) xi.Vl.l fOe^ia yi fti^ag n aua 

S. f. 33 a. Lag. p. 43 » Jt-T^sn ^ocpiti »> om. o « ^ìiàfiakiti ^ t^A&^ 

• t^^iorufti^^ri f om. t<^^i^il s ^jaoi^o ** om. ^ 

* Cod. t*in:i ■ Cod. 


..T^ai^c ,%^nV.ì3 >La-fl90 ja^Aiak r<ocfii ^,aa| \ \*io .r^ooAr^^ 
rd^iJdo vMr^.i vyi^ .KLa^oMÌ.! coèiicu».! f^!ajoia&3 Klia èur^ 

cq\à »mo^ wsA ctAk »2a* vvoAf^ r^i^oA 

.6 ^o vyt^ cq\à ^o^ ^^V?^ ^"^ t^* ^^ 

r^laLi 3^.1 acni tt^^^ ocb vyi^ .rd^i-SoA ^^.^aoMièi ^cualsi 


^.IM .r^AaiOa.! ^fd«2^i&Cf^ AuifiU.i KlMo .i^èi.i^ ^ AMiJsn io 

Bs-sdlL ««èuft^niftft» »M:|ja f^u>èièi rt:\.i .K^ó&oia r^i» ÌMr^:i .VV^ 
MaitTl. ^A:bA.i f^hao^ vOL èur< ^^rdfló «rdaiL r<HA^ .12l:L Aa^co èuaqa 15 

90sic * \ 

.^■nt?^ Klai^ rdi&r^ , A n t»*w rifiuto r^3 f^la^r^ tt^iSiTn 
Som. ILI %^B.&iI ^3 caos «ft^niu*w ^flUiKlX 9cnuii.2LX.M toacusuj^èio 20 

S. f. 33 b * om. o %^*i\ csqIà i^n I» + ìiut<l <^ + o ^à&n^ 


' Cod. «^o^^ 

^cq\à ^^cb .r^LiaiOnao ^Kllz.ifll&ao r^èuauH-ao r^i fti^^no 

.^^^adkAiaiif.ii *»iiuAiAi r^ «..^.i «iJ^r^.! r<l*i:do.i cajaaL\èii& 
KS-ftUbJM ^ if^ '^^_afkL.i' f^ièuAcM A^^ds f<li&cb 

.•A«^.l vwrt" ^^.^^jiA^èi .TA .^^^.^cb.! rdJjLiOÀO iViuz^io 

r^cn V \ *w .i^iaalmA ''oricoo .^^^osA^ ètffV:i ^,i:aa\^ ^aiai.i iitrkz.n 


IO ^aoD ruaik^ AAiAii ià^ vA .rVcoAiV Kl*ijsn AicA.i ^vyèiAèio 
r<t nt At» èuirV .^aaèièi kAo •OfiaiìSk.snX ^^\ ^^aiA' .vA 
paLcMo ttui&» rdldklr^,! oA i\^ rVocoèi r^a .tt^^onfttiftr^ 
órt^ .relaurt^ ór^ A l*w\ órV .^cnu »ècsorV órV .coèicèusi 1^1 

15 .K^iicb rVèiaèvàa 'Aiai »a3oHfKla >Ai.K^.i ^iVoAr^ r^ÌM r^l^Orièi 
^r^3 Aft^kob .V\y*gti .rVÌvÀC:i cq\à 1^.1033 rc^èicUcodA cnuaf.rt^o 
»coai^ .\\^*>ì oK" •,MBAi^f<A ft^inT,At» .^jbAi OfV iA^ iVocpèi 

30 èiAc èurt" oAft r^.i r^VMi&\ ft^iyV iMr^ f<l2a\:i .iVi^ir^a iMdahxlT. 


•aA '^rdsoX.i coj^r^a tcboartA Ì29Qrt^:i oco vyK^ •r^rifrV vA f. job 


* + ^^isaoiorviso ^ + ^^«^ ^ t^au^^=»:i <> om. "^^^^ * ^^^^ 

^ jL^d\aB«'Ai s ^n >^ «..=a<po vA ^ n"i^ i -h [^^ài^^sn ai] 

Lag. p. 42 ^ tifcafik ooi 1 ^:) riA <» + ^^ " oA <^ + od» 

P t^lA[:i] <i -^if^o " f^i^:i 

r^iui^^ v^ Kl^ftJa v^Ìaio vycoAr^ Kl*iJsn ^.*|ja ,tt^i*i>iTi 5 

•KUaìOA AÌnSao tortilo .r^.*|A^ :iajL ^^l^r^ èuacp rdlcoL^^ 
^èi ^^..,094290 vaiik^f^o ,r<^i^^.i r^iu ^^,jjAi*yi A^x.o .^'f^icutoK'.i io 

!!:^1. «Xf^i. r^.i^ ijsnr^ .vo.iaa • . KUitiUtorc" •» K'i.Aja9f<\ nnfk*»\ 
Pi.iziz.88 ^ • • . r^ . . 


"• • ' • • • «^ 

U. zUz. 9 

SO oca >iAfiaa ì i V^ t\j^ ^^OAA^Tflk i\ rOiiù ^^cuuix.&ta , »Ti\n 
^ ^^o^^^ ^aan^^o < ^o-to^^ i + t^isaHoBao S. f. 32 a 

KlAnfi9.*|Ai 3& 

vyK" .A«r^ifia«r^ ila.l ft^*an \ r^ocp .t?^.l .JULOcoa o^èi&.l Hot. L io 

• • 

• • • • 

Ì9.1 f^L&anftii^rc^ .iir^ r<lx.a3 f^Llfkóo .f<*9Cì\^ ^ aUL» r^oqs 

vJaasn .icuiJis '^K'j.^ft A!l. .^f<l\rc'Ai iA^.i f<ico ià^ kL^Isq 

15 ocD kU^soz..! Klai Ìa^ f^i\\aTi .ft^ii^T. Kli\^aaBa "i^i^iTn 

• 1 _ • • • • 

rf\^Ai > <» ^1 ^,^_ai^i.aAiAi.i vw»r^ •coA '^^ i ni n*w ^^^^aiuocp 

• ^n>i%\ b ^^cc^:, 

i=a e om. *-a^^ 

d^^S^ « t^ 


f ^^1^. od»:! O9i^!\^ifi0 


h t^icLrio&^o 

i \,^ 

i ^ij^lV^ k ^ ooi 

1 [^]o •" ^nx. 

J «.&^ ^OfiO^tl 

S. f. 31 b 

" om. ^t^T *i ^ofio^o 

Lag. p. 41 

o + nA 

p om. 

4 _ aa^ag^:i ^nias^o 


' Cod. om. Aa 





f. 35* 

.^^.^o^a&èia^ f^aAr^.1 K'iuu.ia ''fd«2^ì&or€la At^^ \ 

^^ .r^èicèii» ilao r^l&AiOJL «^^aftJonsL^ r^aAr^.1 ml%\o^o 

^a1j.i ^js^ a\ .^r^AiflLsn.ia k1jLm.i .r^ciAi^ ^jso k^ i \y\ ar anftii 5 
^^^nfti^l .!& .yi\v\,i rt'iaia r^òìQsJi ^innii^wo .^i\yM.i ^AjLr^ 

• ^...^OsA ^iniTif ^..^ocicai r^L&L» vyr^a .r^lz*i ^^_a^ ^....ocsiaii 
.^^..afloìèièu.1 ^^„ogrì*gB^ .1 ^Aittl\o ^....ociA r^l^^aioa Ìa^ ^ oa 


▼m. u 

Il COttOdoi '<Ucb .^.CkoA IJSQK'O Kl&i^Q CfULSQ curcs..! 

•coiiajki» Jjk. ^^^flLir^ >Afiaio iasp ^^n%iin\ ,^^^a%i\\ vAsnsni 15 
u ^.«..oai^àiuio ^.^^o&^soHj^a ^^.oàÌi£cu»c .coèuai r^Am T^fiT^^nNo 


f Old»:) 

O '^ + 

I^g. p. 40 ^ ^i^ 

S. f. 3ra f 



• Cod. ^ogki^^g, ■ Cod. 4^£^iSk^ 

* Cod. om. _n*kii^\ 



ru.l .r^UMXJM eoa irw^:i oca »a3flu»Kll r^i^ ft^ni^flf>3 ^\^**» 

IO CD^Klao .r^coAr^ ^JSQ ^^ oèu:^.Vfiif<^ coil^r^lao r^coAKll 

CD.Tfrdao .f^iCDOi.! ft^i in ^^_oèuocp cD^^Klao .^^^^èìM^Utèir^ 

• • • » • 

15 •^èi^.T* r^LiAJSoAo .K^oAr^ r^is iuocp ^...,,aoriASAr<ls9.i ^^jOioA 
A^ .vCMf^o ^091^ f^ocp ocp K^cfArt' lèub ^.*i oca! «ami^o 


30 •^L.aaafiuaì rdnlijci.i vyrt" rt'AAMa.i «L^^oioA .r^!jt.*.iA r^U»9i 

* ma ^'iiTa^L'n ^ od» <^ ^od» <^ 

« _oV\^i»^ S. f. 30 b ^ t^^oadua.^:! g \à^:i ^ 

J ^^sLlhs:» i <.^:^ni k v^^ * "^^r^^ "* ^ o^ooTae.:! _oiài\ 

Cod. vw&oBfiOà&t^ ' Cod .^^o^sAo^ 

r^& r<UÌAfl9.*|A3 

f. 34a .^^^O^ ì ni*w r^ociu r^oAr^ vyr^ /f^9kAnftii^r^ rdJLOaoa .oos 

•r^Mjfu» tCOoJLk. r^èu^ r^.i ..*iaj^èi r^ ^n^o coix.J^.1 vyr^ 
f<^¥in 'KlaK!^!^ aAM.1 Ìa^ ocb .KllÀÌaJdQ.i f<^ lifting «Lk..! vyr^ 

• m 

Bs.zzli.S8 r^iiius AVdo^ r^o .vycoìfr^ v^^Ai Kl\.i «o^^ rdJtoOdaiss 
Kl&ft!^.!' r^*Ì!kèv& A;l..i isLOa lUi^ A^^cb rtA .v^o^ ^^i Aà. 

• ^ • • • • ^■^■ii»«i» • 

Bz.zTl.8 ^^^cèurt' t^^^ ^■\>i f^ocp kA.i .^^^oicDf^ A:L.a »c0ai^ KlJM^ 15 

^K" oA èuf^ r^iaito Ìa^ r^Lilf^ .tìuVt.^ ^JdoAa .>bJl2^^ uX 
Man. T. ss ocp iniu*w .r^lsi ar^ ^KdAito K'inl Ur^ KLsoi^ ial i^^r^ 

• + «^&eknfiQà&^ ^g ^ ^J^^ .^oA^ i^K.aao «•'^id\^ t^^ìsn ^ ^^••^ mJ^ 
' ttf 'p\ S. f. 3oa « -..sao^o *» + ^^ » om. ^^ Lag. p. 39 

' Cod. ^'isifioca 
D. II 

i.i ^^.^ociA .*|aÀ r<^l^.i ^a^lOlMo .K'r^lSQ^^ rt^ÌJSna^ ocp 
Aauièvsa.i ^i:^.i '\V\*yi ^.*iajL Kll >.1M »cpo.ivVio .^■\\*aìAcao 

^...oaA èiA re'iAflso r^lLi;;^ ^..^airf rt'lu^.a ^^..^K' 

IO 'rcSìza.1 rdAVo r^L^i^.vi ^^ oèuK" A&^oo fxf. I Sa\ .^ìni^g^i ixi^r^ 

• "• 

^i\ttisa rt'ìèuLSO rdlo Ì2l:L ^reA.i ^V\\.i r^èuiCi2ULèi.i r^LaAsoXo 
^Aftf^ .*U9 .re'aAK' KUi^A ^^^^oicu^ èurt^l^èu f<\ • ^^oèur^ 

revoco pa.\^è\:dQ.i V\*Tn ^^^onioor^ ii\^ir^ .r^ciAK".! ai.saa& 
'^•^iaAir^ r^^Al .rdJLÀS» x^sd aacoAèirC.i reL»L^;;è\Sk ^^^Oa^^i^A 

V&A 'r^oAr^ vyAiaoOft r^cb .rdJLÒJSoA Kl*ijsn xspf^^ Bk. yU. i 


^èuK^ ^f^ Aaàcd r^liÀX .ft^nì vA K'ociii vvCU»K^ ^^^cor^o 

f + t^JLj-ao « i^r.»S5 »» «TinB S. f. 29 b « 

* Cod. ^jttnnA\?> 

^^ °y i\% AjAco f^L&o.! AJA . . f<¥ 1 T n pa^. ocp Àr^ 

f^ocpèì >x^a ^èicu /.i^nr) ^.i ^reUfiaAÌif^l& .i^saLLi r^.*Mja2L=90 

'^ • ^ ^* — • 

• AÌaio9 Ur^ unT^in .Aa •TamK' K'cnAt^ rd.«i^aA Ìa^ r^JlÀr^ 

f^*Ùkèv& iua ^r^ 1^1 «aoAio .Klloa^ «JdQ .i\\i K'ocp r^ocD 
Au^ ,r^\ rnìOiN f<:s».\^ .rdJLfiLMO r<'.*uluo r^r^LssóX r^l&U».*! 

^i:^ KU^co r^r^ .^.iJsn ^.*iajL ÓK" ^inso f<\ WrclraQ^ 

b (hoioivsn e iKiLaA S. f. 29 a '> w^icut^a 

<" ^^^i<lk^b s Olii, ^^om) ** ^i^J^HSioai 

° [o<i9 od» oTj om :[^óo w^Hskk^ t^^^^!=i] 

' Cod. cA 

f^ y^^sn ft^^nnftiiftrc^ ^ .i\\-ì ^^joèurc^ ^Kli&cb .f<liaÌ2k «ai 
ft^^Anftt 1 9kf<^ ^J^ .i^\n 71.1.20 .in^l WK' ^.UK' .^^..D^lAi^èi 

5 ^^\ilniaD .71.1» viK" .in^bJ KlloiAk «ai ^ inl.l rdfl.ll Ìa^ r^ 
oèulrt^ dK* .^ ■ ni n*7n ^^.^iu*acp it^^g n fin > ^r^ A ■ %cq 

o^ *\V^*w Dcp .nftìi.i Klsna .71 T*gB .T&a ÓK" .^^ a^snain: 

WK" rtl^oA.!.! .coA J1.V13 vyK" JaGo^^D QsJÌ.&:s» ^^.1 y 1 \ % \a 
IO r^\uf<a K'èir^lAÌLLfi» rc'èusi .nini •K'èiajea ona oK' 

K'èua J3ia Kliciiik J^.ii.i ^^^ f^Lilf^ ..nftìi AAn i^liaK' ^.1 ^-SSa 
•ciA r^L^^aèoo.i vyf<' .Ìaàl cn^gg^ ns^L. ,t\jii> ^oXk'.i .K'cqXk'.i 

f^issachecsn^ acp ^^j^ ^1 .saèia .i.vxJ Kl^aJ óouA .K'^Ak' 
5 .1.TJBJ ^i^èu* ónA .oA lAimi.l K'.iir^ K'AObnir^ oaxl WK" 
f^japg^xii vvaK* oA 'r^l^^.i«a r^ljuiSk^ rt^acoèi f^U^ì.i ^».i ^K'èùsio 

• • • • ^ 

f^l&j^K' .K'iAsiQiK' ^ ^ÓK" ^^^OfA** oca^ècn.1 ^.1 r<!&afk .Ak .«ujaK" 

.r^LiiuJL2iQ.l coÌ£L»f^ r^LULSsiuLSn fSQ ^.Tu AAX ocoaAiJM K'oca^ 

• • • V • • • 

20 ^.iiK* .Ak '^.lAAiK' K'oAk'.i^ coAuiOAaLèA f^Liia.*isa\ ^jl^j^k" ^lèi 
vy^K" ^ DcnA Aèul ^J^r^ ìcul it^T ■' t nA ^K^.i filaci yJK" 

a ^.ra'^Bi!^ ^ -pnin <^ + ^J^^ S. f. 28 b. I^. p. 37 ** ^aSisncon 


• • • • • 

K^èiaiSAACOD J^^A rOB^ècsAia J^Iaa ^i*afi\^Aifl^ rc'ififUh.o .l^^èirc' 
cnunaT..! KLàLsocuLaa f^l2aJL.i out^ia Juj^Oacd ricusa ^:u»K' 5 

• ■ ^^te - • •»-» • 
iCDoAurc' Klicafk jaia ^.1 r^LftCU •K'iiìsiQiK'a r^tMèua jixsna 10 

.Kl^èuièiD ^'k'oAk' K'iJbQ.i r<iT*3aT*a a^K" reHob .Kl&anAftAi&K' 

• • • • • • 

acb KlaAsaa .^^cukiia.i.saa ^^ciat^i aèuK" r^liÓD .k^i*^ .*ua 

• • • i.,^^ 

^ • ■«.»,^ • • ^ 

f^!xjjtD .^.^^o^ f^^Musn K'aqaèi .f^Lx..iao.i r^^ai.i ^K'ikadQ.ia ^.1 
K'AiìsQirt'a ^.1 f<!sQéiu .^^^o^ ^^_aaciii kUil^Ìx..! K'^oao.ia ^ 

r^i ^^ rOjfUK' .'"^ aiTu^ '^^^o^èicA r^ K'^ò».!» 

r^aqa a^r^ f^.i rdiirdl ^.1 ojÓd .r^i^fliiX .revoco i^Ai. 



S. f. 28 a ^ ^tum^ « + ^:t *» om. ^oA^ • ^o^ci^^o sic 

J ^4SM»Ss ^ ^ì>Aon=a 1 om. z^g ^AìéA "* + ^oaA 

' Cod. »«.'» • Cod. -^V» 


•ì^K" A.À.S3 iCDoLiaK'a .f^èir^>j^.i K'èdi^ v^K'a K'i.iK'.i si 
^^aiurf iil^in^ r<l\a •K'èio.ioup.i rc^l\T*wn.i ^^qaA^t^t.Ai ss 

;: o:fn.N.i %i>M Ti.i^t^i rdAio .m.i^^ ^cxJLw.vio : K'caXrdA.l vyt^ 

Qaiì<aj ocno >3:f.:nydk |cnjii< yi.xr:^^ .i^a kiXk" .»coa.i:kia ^ 

con li vyK* rt'èì.ix.i àiAfiri.2u^ ^-»J .t»iJl^10 . ^oiuov^.l ^A-Lii^ 

.f^^SoLk. |JL3 ^^_oiUf^ .^f^ .^00 JL^ò» ^*-*^* :''^03caj^ rel\ òf^ 

K'èi.i^ •K'èia^ii^ f<^anv f^Lz*:io r^Lx-i^ •K'èuftjLsn K^èicuònfk 

• • • ' • \ • 

a (o^uxftH ^ C»^^^] ^ t^sL:tono Lag. p. 36 ** Lag. ^q^i<lla^o sic 
jattu&^\ ^ conila f v^oA^^oivn e + ««m^ 

' Cod. -2>^^?»K. " Cod. Jfc^^ 


• » • • _ • 

f^Lsoòsni ^^_ooruÒq\^ ^^^oslau ^^^Oiqao .K'èio.ioriito.i k^ì^t^.i 

Kllèiicu ;L_oèiir<ll r<l\ AaK'ÌAuK' ila èuao .^^^ciiaI.iÌ >i\^\l 

2« KLLJLia& ^^_cuLÌ^.*i ^f^A^K" A^rt'iftuK' ila.i f^'isoijsn:! V\^*** 

..''^LéA K'èioèiìi'' ^^oèiif^Ll rd\ A^rt'iftur^ ila ^è ,:^^aA 
,26 i-^K'O f^oJf >i:k. Alan .crA i^r^o fOLÒ^ ^aik. r^Lfti.» AIsq' 

27 «ASM^O .f^'i fin \ *W ^J^ WiDttSbJSaO .f^ì^\ reiULiOÀ ^^_oèuf< 

^^_ooaA^ ^J9Q ^ oitJrc^ i^inftii.1 ^^aA^i ftiv*yi ^ ^ **;n 

o^cor^ r^i.tft\ f^liSLiOÀ ^^ocalM ^cAAièio •A^K'iitt^K' 20 
29 .f^\ KLUL^OÀ ^^^CULÌ%A« ^^^a^AiacooM ^oqÌà ^ r^LàcoL 
80 ^KlaQ.l ^^_oaA i^sQK'o .^caU!» ""^coA JL:tn *Kìn K'ii.AjB^i ^sn 

« 4- -71:^ ^ diurno <^ ^^o^<na>9 t^i^^ae^Ma ^ ■T^ìrT>^i <> [.Jba] 

k ^ci^iìT.^CJg^ » ^-1^ f^iae.^ci& S. f. 27 b ™ oi\ « i^Can 

. . v>^ ^oo^ ^,ax. .v^o èu^ .«ual-r^A» ^i., ««lio 
A^ i.2« .^^_ccDÌv9aiCLSa.i K^èu^jc^i ^^_^a^ ,-«caxj |»jAcba u 
5 ^èiinXo vyialo .^^.^^OAK' Aiaón* v^ /A^K'iftuK' iJL3.l r^lis.ia& 

.3 WAuSaIC rC^ij^OM.! K'iuaUl Aao ft^MT^.l K'iuiaLAi Aa la 


aqs ^AuAa k1à.i.i Aà .^cóói vyA f^L>i*aa\ ^^._oAèu.i AA is^ 
A^c .K'ccfi^ vv^ ^jLf<À.i r^ljiijL^ AAd J^^cionuuso Aòfkr^ i^ 10 
^sp f^ijaai ^AsinSA.! AA .imi Aà ^j^ 'coèu^i^ Muèi&.i* 

i^èusn ^.1 7ii-3 .f^ocaJk "'vJbft.i K'ÌA:kJal KtJM.T^a rdJLilis 
"r^lfia^ cuoqs.i" .r^lz..icui.i r^lioèt^aa .hAììAìm kIxjmjj .Kljrib.ia 

• • • _ 

K'.l^K'C .f<lUt.ìa&.l f<L».TM T-«1C .vA r^lSk.l K'OCIll ^^CCDÌftllC 18 

à ^ — .. • • • * \ * 

«Olii. A!^ ^ ^i^-> <^ ^onia\*\^Aì <i ^ « vc^ f Aa-ìfiO*^ 

I t^^h^a-ìcn 4iìi\^:t >" vJ^ " ^Hoo^ ^o<Ì9:i S. f. 27 a. Lag. p. 35 



71^.11 ^.^^T*W T,Al W^V vylaO èìAK'c . . V^n T*W TIP VvA^ 

iCLdOJ rd\.i ..fcA .AJLa ^^_as>ii>^ r^ tt^ mnii-Sq èiolo 5 

6 ^Ua ^ ..«cu lAai ^^,^^jLUT<l\ AvAfioi k'cd r^K'a .A^i^iitt^K' 10 

7 ^^^o^iiQJÓnfk ^ai2|^ v^*ai\ vv^o èuK'c .K'èic.iaup.i fx^i\T*jn.i 

.^.o&iiaiaikl ai\ .a^axft.1 ^xsn vy^K^ .*^^o^Jl.i K'Àufiax.èi OT^nr^ 

8 71:^ fd^ua Alane . . èiosoJ ^oo-do ^iaiiJdo^ ^fd^i^ai rdilrc'a^ 15 

v^ .A*r<^ittur<^ tla ^-M «A OL.iaAoo.1 71,1 *yi\^ ^-^ ."'k'Aujuic 
f. 31 a 9 ^^^cfiAir^À ^ jl:u>^oo.i rxlz..iaa A^ ^ ^^^_asA K'ocai rdicba 

• — — • — — \ • 

» Cod. om. ^«V • Cod. -^ 

D. IO 


r^lar^lASno KUjjfiosn toiiinTu Ujjc .^jjJièièiK' ^^^V^y^c *^AnTi 


.^^^Óa^ n'xvny DCD.i ^vyK".! .^.^^Oft^'ifK' iu4jAi.i rc^'in^A K'èiosa.i 

^asco*.! rdJLlK' vyK' .1 ■ ^T ^^^oA id^ttjA.l ^Alr^ 
15 rc'èi& '"r^AfÙK' .lAi^èuso rd\c f^v\y rd\.i aob •rtlik.aàèA 

• \ • ^ -. \ • • • 


.**rdJLH<Ui.i K'caJ^*^ ^.^CLAfiffAi vvO-sK' èuxjaa vvùaa AuAK' Miimb«n 

^ • \ ^ XTlil. 1 


J ^BuacSi o^ '^ om. ^ài ^ ^^c&^eanéoàSbk^Ti ^ -f "Ìa^ " oro. o 

o + àsac9» Lag. p. 34 p t^at.7ion!) 

'^ccb ^^ A^fc\\. icojjioQ f<±Sklf^n ^^ aiuL^WL.! ^^ oicb 

• • 

II. Ulta 

K'ciAk'.i colisi^ ^^ aiVkèi rd\a ^^afiaaèi.1 cco^K' .èurduJK^ 

^^ociA wAso.! ^jaoèi ^^OIK" ^ aèuf^ .^^o^saihja ^^_afiaaè\3 

_ • • • • y^ 

Aa^co f^ll^K' .°»Aflaèif^la K'èi.'i:^!*' •K'ciAk'i r^llAJLM^ !■> ^T. 

f. 3oa ^i\nAusw.i ^.^f^ .K'iuiiaif^ i^èioa^^a ft^T.A*i\.ia i^èiia^DD.! 

.^^^o^fiLM^.! Jl^ ^J9Q ^n ftii ^^^aaqaèi.! ^^^o^ ^fx^v nAvaoc i 

y l\ ^ A-^ f<^1^ tcgJSW K^iua «ai waK'.I r^lÀCUittuSiK' ' 

1 vyf<.l 

r^o •K'flLfi cqA K'aqs AiA.i »caaXftWM.i .Kli&co ^ai^ A.^ 
la. Ili. 14 .ft^Tiiin.i ^ vv2k:M.2na .cddwm K'aqd ikIàjsq.! rd^K" .K'ì&ojl 
II. im. 8 ^iJpn*i AA^ .r^coHci^ ^AoMkU.i j^.ifa ."f<^xjj.i acb rc"ÌA\jia 

S. f. 25 b <" + t^LudiSk^^o f + o^ e ^cn^u^ >• «Y^^ ' ^^' ^ 


f< Ila».!*? 

^ajjIài .^.^_c<klr^ Are" Kllfkcb .ì^V^ oAik oX kAk" .A&ttlsn 

5 r^cco iCDO^r^.i acb .f^èiQ.iaup.1 i^LuskjLMa ceco , ■ y^ T*yi.i 

^A^f^ JL^cb f^Lftol' .f^eu»saa° r^acp ^icixisn K'èi.^:^! K'èiaicaito.i 

f^èuz^io f<xx.ia&o f^Aiacbaiso .r<*wi \ ooA^ ^jsq k'ciAk'.i 
^^ccoèuaa ^^ ^ocoaÌbd ^ aaiAàLia ^^oiqp .KlxA^ r^.i aaco 

«l^^ciun^ «&f^ ..rdsa:^.! ^jJK" 'coAioèii» cn\yiT .la ^cA.i coèiaiii».i 

ic .^^n\*w\\ ;l ojuiuf^ rtLiai2k it^^nnCirii^K^ are' Kli^QCU A^fkcb 

''iJDLAciir<lo f<AuLft.*ia f<'ii.*i:kX •K'ciAk'.i ^coèuzua , iT*wiiryì.i r^oA'c 

jU&cÓ ^^.^oèurc' •K^oAk' f^Lfti.» >:u> ^^i^ìn ^AlfS^K".! ^^^^cb 

^■ii^\p iLiAiki f^oa!^*4J.i ^^.^oicD .ciiiÌ9^.i f^.icajtoa •K'ciAk'.i 

*^ om. ooc» 

s. r. 25 a 

^ ^Oa!^0«U3 

i ^A^i4no 

"» >tL\-i 

ZZZiT. 8 


4 • 

f. 29a _* ^*^\ ji&ik> Aa^co recali .^^ aiasaACoèif^.i K^èiaèv*» *&iaì.i 
i^ redo f^^ArV.i Ti-TSAD .ft^T,ni\a rt'èii.AAi» .^^^oSkixfiafin 

^.Air^ •K'cfiAf^^ f^n\ AAfkcb r^Aia »ai vy^K" .coèiia^itoo 

K'oArc' ^^_aciiA Kli.1.1 \\ 'n .K'aiAf^ èiòA r^AApo^ Kl\.i 

.ftliÀftfiaX ^^^crry^ ^iioxso r^a .K^èin^ ^f<iL.i ^Alr<^ ^ 
f^ÌJdai^a .^^.^oiurt' ^Aàk" 'k1iìL.i r^Lai*» fdASkob ''r^Lfti.» ^Ìj^k" 

*» om. ^gJ^^ e ^^iu^ ^A^niti S. f. 24 b 

** om. oòi « + oòi ^ 4- [^èìci=&2kA£a^] I^g. p. 32 « 

•* om. ^to» » om, i^iiL^ J .oaA ^ om. 

rc'èif^lèuaa K'AìSoasaai .K'crAf^.l iCOCLMmI ^^^.^K* ^i^Ia^ò.i 
ft^\»i>i V-iK" ^xiK' .^i\^M.i ^Alrtl\ ftliaaflUL •f.iaèiaLK' K^AvaS^ 

• J^.ll f<lX rt^èiciau^io r^lnnAT..i r^^naAièiD .qclàJM r^ 

vyrc^ "rtlSianoaa^K^ Of<^° jU&cd èuf^ .cm •larc' j^.*u ru:i r^.ici 

V • • • 

IO •:• r^is\ ^ci&a ^idJbo rdjjijjLsn ,v,àT> f^ciAK" r^i» iMK'.i ''.•jl^js 

r^A.i .rt!AOJDfw%AT^ m\ .Vi coA JsJLsja' .rtLjaSQAi.*! ^^oKlLauD Chap. Vili 
ca\jci30.a> r^Ju^soj ^crxiso eco ^K'.IO .f^ooXr^.l KIIKI& f^èusi «al 


15 orAftA» t/s^rC* T.1.\^l ,r<^':*iv\ ÀK' >\,^ ù*n K^DcoS.IC .Ax^ ff<!\.l 

• V • ^ — - • ■^ — — • 

kopèi f<\o .*%\si> ^lUi^i ^^^ocoèi rd\a .''^«o^ r^a 

20 .K^cvAf^.! K'ivscbasa ^ .^.ajjlZmAoo ^^^cqsii ^^_aaA*.i ^^n vyK' 
Deb .^..^^K" ^ i*>ìin*gq K'oArt'.i it^n^ rt'èiii ijai.i ""^^ vyi^ 

S. f. 20 a " «nin^^'i^nsa ^ ncak 8 [vvjosin^^isn >« + ^^ 

S. f. 24 a. Lag. p. 31, 1. IO 

i ^6*» ^ om. ^i^lA^ ^ciSiL)^ ^:^ ^^n^^ » + t^ "» om. ^ 

yto t<iinft»:u.l 

^>^*Wgq.i àf^ .va\i.i DcoA ^3 caco .jao^i^ K^i^aèi.! K'ruf^a 

• • 

iur^lAÌsai torunany.Ai f<\ .f^Ll.iar<l\ aizsa ^irt^a coiai» Attia 

^J9Q f^i TIP xu»i^a .icoflujj ft^\\ I coAus..! K'iacu ^^-MD 
Ì4\^ .*i2k •Kli.^iaKlsi cfA f^ocoSD .f^^x^ ^ ^n caco .^i^èif^i^n 
f^LaK".!** .K'èif^ ^^ xu»ÌJa '^K'i^.i ^sn ial coA K'acai 
èulf^ r<Ar^ .coA .var^ iurt^ijJM^c .KLzL^ .^^ "»CDCuWftll 
• lOruAaAa cnA iqjh&d .lOnuUBkr^c »ca.A.&Ar^a rc'^iK'c ^»cii*ia& 15 

Biiklal ^ K^ÌaSQK^ JlcD »«ia£D cK" ^i^K" CDCO r^.i .^^^DCoèlA^ìèl 

TTTlli, 10 

^ ^auQìào ^ .^ou^r^iu^o ^ ^cnA^^o S. f. 19 b 

• • • 

^ + tton^ ^nA=3^:i ^ni^!^o .^iia^.:) w<r^T>Ni-i ^ti oxm ' oóA:i 

» Cod, ^o»^ 


.^.1 caco .f^UAìX i^Laai Auac K'Vk.v^ K'Ìà.i èua ^^^_o^rV 
^.1 vv»r^ cfiu:» Ajj.ia .ciA iaaS^d rdÀCLoAiA&ru r <*wi V\ ia 

boa .^^n^ r<l\a*ifiA.i vyK' cK" .rd\aH& 


^^r^ f^Aa 


ociA «^ OAsna K'èiCLauèA.i vy^K^ K' iuacpa 



15 n^ij30.i ^èièio .^^_acoiu»lOf^ ^^^^ociA kIàx-Aid ^oìAi^.*i vyi^ 

r • • • • 

20 .icnusaijitK' r^lisAcu .*ua "^cd.i i^èicL^lSka cofi^.l '"aaA ^.1 caco 

•* ora. ii^oA 

+ [,.iciA^] 




S. f. 1 9 a « -f oc» 
Lag. p. 25 ™ oàAti 

' Cod. ^iìi=»o 


sa K^cGoèi ^oAi r^D /iJiA ca^t^i^n^a .iaX ^JLii^ ^^_oèii.i9.i 
f. 27b 23 .f^lA^.1 ,L CiYiiiv ^ojLnr^a .r^>n.i\ KIaaI èua ^^a.irt^o .K^èii^X 

26 ^ K'èuxjp K'èiflUM A^^ni^c .Klda\jL.i falsala w^ciA ja^r^a 

26 dilava f^i^^ èuff^o .K'èi&ioa ^»1q2^ »i:u» ^^..cciA A^^r^o 
2T .^^..^acri*if^l& ^K'ia.i KliLrt^ ^^_al^c /K'èiSkiaa.i K'i^^ K'ooiio 

^ • • • 

^f^K" .^f^ia *èicXAA» ^^^aiK" Ao&K'èi r^lA&K'a^ .WèivaA ^ cacai 

29 ^(AcoA "pjLnr^a ^^aai\ «Aja^-Sq.! Ìvì\o .èur^lÌA2^A« ^.c^Ìjli 

.f<l^nSfl \ .1 f^^iioia ^^^Vinl .aoèi 'f^.i .^r^^ r \ K'Aia^ 15 
80 "^^^oiqsa .^^.ccnoaik. *^^^^coeiAf<' r^Uvsn rdiK" 

S. f. 18 b. Lag. p. 24 ^ -k- .^i^asLS ^oro\ ^oas» ocpo ^ca^ n^sw^io .no 


le 4- ^id^*\^sA ^ni^ir.o ^^o^i .^oas» ^.soiì ^S^ > ^\o "> -f ^ca^ 

' Cod. ^o ■ Cod. i^^cn^^ 


rdAfifl».!*.! X» 

•T^ .reLflui.^ K1SQCU9* ciii:!éA 1*^4^.1 i&JDÓ.i vy^rt^ .^ca«i&jei>f<a ^»i:L la 

M %^i 

JLA ^J9Q / coaxjlAk^d t 1 V lOAJa^rV t^LiAco .^coAtUa oèv.fK' 

A:k.K'a K'ii^iK' ^J^sa ^^^^JK" v-ii^K'o .it^^aa^ v ^JS» ^.^..^K" 
•A^K' rt^oa-AT&.ia .oa^^i^ '"i^iAaèi.i ^coa'" •i^LlAk' rdA!k!V^.*ia 

cnX xsnf<a coÌkIsl .r^^asA JLf^isk ^.i acp .^^..aaiA 

/^oiÀ isaf<o .r^tsn K^ ^co coi f<idbf< «t^ia i^lauzo 

johnYUi. .niML^ feLif< ^KlL&f<a .^lOoo f<^n:A ^kd^op^ jso^ t^** ^\ 

^^^o^ f<acai .«.^..o^ffa ^aAsoo ^ai& Aa^loi f^lioia .. iaX KLif< 

• • ^' * • • • "^ 

K^ifiAsno .r^v^oi f^.io kImLl /ìajLo .f^LiSu»%sao f^lisoMTMo 

*.^iaiax. f^o ^àJsri r^o ^'U.^aQ ^Klio .^^oH^ '^^_oaop^ 
Chap.VII cnuLfa co^cA f<èuAva t^^OldJL^ «aaii ,K^viiaL.i ^ cr^\ ^ o' 

r^iau» j iF%«%twtft.t kA.1 ^^.^r^ «£k\jio ..SLSiLa ^^airc" K' 

^UÀo ^A^ll ^Alf^ rdai t<inn\o ,^iV^i 3^ ^.^dcojlài Aj^ 

Bi«k. t^^o^i KlioaS^Lsa -.'KIìAciAmO f<.^o t^acb r^Ao .o rì .^a % . •.'x=i ^cA 15 

xniT.T ^ 

rdAo .KU:^! »Aa ^^ t^ij3.i3 t^^cu*» cq\ìA •f^èAóAf^Lanla 
kA "'a^o .'^^ ocdAix£u f<^a:k.i a:k.i KAf< •'^aséA f<^a:k.i o^^ 

om. 4i^o<p^ ' t^^^ ^ "^ «^o<n^ ' om. t^iiuaruio ^ot^Ajka 

Lag. p. 23, 1 5 i lisi^ ^ ,a£1A > .^oiaAj « .jm^o » .^ai*H»t<^ 

» Cod. 

5 .f<M%sn xsnf^ t^LiAm .t^.l ^v^Iaa&cd coils^ vycor^ :i& ..A 
^V\*w .f^èusoio f<uoèA f^ocaia .icooiab. %x^f< «^cuLÀr^.! 

• • • • — 

K'iiiftAo .1JB&I.1 Wè^l^^\^ f^f^ ia.l^cn i^JLcb f^K" «fir^O 
IO ^vOl^i^o .KUÌ2a ^.la y-f^.l .TaJ^o .rtLftì-sn ^cA f<!Jf< J3f<^ 

f^ifsOuLsn^m kA.1.1 ^AIi^ Aa^loo oicD.iif^ ..t^èui^ kIjw.iK' ^ 

15 trilliti èuir^ M\ T*w:i f<Tn\ xi^Lsn èuocp K^^anOfii^r^ or^ 

^oifiA èulf< "qaaà^Ìvm f^.i A\^*w t^oAf^ r<l*ÌJMa r^A^^^ 
/ii^^.l ^f^^èuff ^oA OCQ "«Siff.! .TaJ^.1 ^^f< .TaJ^^^ .«^.^oAffo 

i om. '^sLAsn óa k out^LlAno ' + Aa^c» Lag. p. 31 
S. f. 24a ° ^&^ o om. ^^ki^ p 

* Cod. om. 


r^f^^cutoa f<lif^ •A.^Àa^a KLit^ %AS»f< t^éon .i^lAr^ JiiV^èca r^K* 

■V\pff .f<i*inT .1 oói f^Lsnoi t^VMffo icujK'o iJu^ >^if^.i kLii^ 

^Ì\Jìf^o .vyJSQXci r^hvL^jD ^%jSl!l.^ \\^ •*! 

t^ÓD i^JLcbo .f^^cxdJ^g iii^tof^o t^i&Ai& ècsoAnt^o «vyksAjA 5 

r^r^ JdJC&ècn ycóì^ r^t^ .^1^.1 °1^^ •Au^m **re^Ì2a èu^^ 
• lèicJtaja» 71.^ ^p1m%js»o^ f<lo .'"r^isn ^ skfx it. .vy^.i^ 
9AA.if«^o t-ia^M^ f^o .fèiiua .A li^^o «Jl^ v\JÌ^ yì\\\ r^a 


èuif< jii-à fdif^ K'ai. f^ .i2k.i .vv^aao^ *>%sa t^cu»* Aa^lcd 

cn\hn r<L»Ì2a >vryi.T.o . . ^ i*gii V\^\\\ ^isnvso vy\a 
oiz&iir^o r^iai.i r<iu9cajLx* yCOGUik. I^ocpo .»cDGiLk. pOAii^t^o i^ 

^9^0 .^f^Okcp \ASìOf< ^^^ocoa.i'' f^iHsi ^^^acoiik cuìèif.r^a 
.CD^OfkVsQ A^. >iaLicif^ cafik&cpr^o .icoojji^or^ ^ rt^Ti^\ ^.iCDO.icuila ffcoir^ ^cuoco.i %saf<a r<l*ÌJMÌ KLsjlsa .^juo 
ojUi^ffo .ycocu*».! r^icsbcu ^^_aoai^ co&Ai aiiik ^a can\ cniàk 

• yj!wK.oH:i ^^aix.^<lA2n:i f<Cii^\^u» *> + ^-^^ Lag. p. 30 

1^ + .^<noticuil=a t^isra^ jA&o ' om. À 


• • 

•&14^iiMO ^iAr<a M« f<OcfU3 ^^r^ ,AiVa tuLai^a ruLuia ^i\yiVii 
CDaAf< rd^Ì2a.l »qocUir^ t^\n ^.a^dd ^Jirf^r^ n^o «èi^f^LaXa aohron. 




CDoAf^ .»ca=if^.l f<oaif< rd^%sa r^s.iJty)i r^èìòX^ %Mf^a t^colr^ f. 25b 

— . ^ ' 

• • • • 

12^ «^vAf.! KllM-Ml ^^^Oon^èu^K' r<\i% r^.iO r^lflUto 'r^.io 

vyrc" r<l*Ì2a ^èut^ .f<T iiii.i ^^ocpA^ìfin Aj^ èut^ ,af<^a 

15 ^Asi^i ^Aif^ ft^innn T èy3oèif.f^ •^^oatA^.i f<A%A^ ■ m n 

f<l .f^LA«Hi.i f<oaif< KLiisn Aa^^cd 'èut^ f<lA!!^*4«.l ^^_oc«aMjA.i 

XLMLfiaff^o'' ^^covaK* ^^_aaf<l^ i^^onlèi èoAJs» ftlcuHiX r<ocp 

f^^onièi èooflo r^K* .vA o\^ rdl^r^.i '^^cq\o .'^■annSiO 

30 .»ai2^'4« flU^i» r^LM*.! rdL*» ^ ifiu.i AA^ «f^li^^ ^^^ *A 

f<ai..i vyK'o .r^r^ Jir^ècn t^tó èur^!Jlr^!A "f<aAf< 
a + ciA *> + ^f<I=3SoS *^ + "Tino <* + f<^^^o « vyovMio vu\p^ 

J^ rdAAfl9:u.l 

astaci .ti t . .• 

f.25a u ftl&isn :ia^.i Aj^ .isai^o it^i ni |CDolin:k..i r^:i*rda m^^ A^.o 

is ^r^èuM f<cb '.JLr^Uftft^:! t^caif< rd«isa vàot^ r^^Skcb rtlicnV\pn 
^JLif< .^^in TI3 *^*Tn\\.i .i^iocoa Aj^o >iaLióf^ Aj^ t^iuLÌLa 

.1 rCJLatfcno . 


• iCDCL&K JLJ^ ^f<AJ^ÒCn^ r<SSQ t<,i^.l rOf<:2i9 t< \, \^tfl-S«3 IO 

14 f<.i^r<l9 ^^.^aJf< ^AjLr^o rdavuiA i^ó^v.i r^!AÌJL A^n^o 

^^^ooAJlA r<^vaAo r< % ^o\ **^ ^^^.^oaooja ,^...^ocnin,n.i\>*i.i 

10 KUi\i.aQ3 >V\*w .1^1^ ^.la f<èuBAa o.%n:k..i Aj^ .^^.^ooiaKIiì» 

u .rtLs-Lsa r^ocp .*if«f< ■;\^ft> i^Ua^i 'r^lsiQ.i •&!< , .tt^inwoA r^laon^a 15 
aohnn. .tCDOVAO tt^Ti*ai\ »€DO.*m»i<'o .loiir^.! i^llaioiA '^^-OcntV^ ^èut^a 

ttHII. 11 

•™f<!julkJ.l ^^flu.iova'" Ainn\ yCOoLpor^o Klia^ 

•f^li^a cnl^ i.2k&.9QO i.AJBor^ s 


f ^^cpen s + ,\aJo ^ om. ooi Lag. p. 29 ' + «-=10^ 

i f^S^^Ti ^moai^ ^ + ^&^ S. f. 22 b ' + t^^c» 


.*U.l Akl 

^AaLdOLMO .^aÌl f^'ifia:^^!^ la ft^Ti*w vJnf< .K'iobcu ^^_aicii=i.i ^^^ 

' >sr \* zzzlll. 1) 

r<èctt4La >iAJDf<o .tcoosiff rd.jj3\4j t^oqa «&4jLflo.i i^cb .^rt^un.iA 

'.1 f^LsSsn jaL̻f< TiSL^n vyf< W^oibJ^g u 
JLM AiA .i\ft>c .rt^i^T, ^jAoSk A^ f<la*a:U30 
ar^.l 'vyf^ .r^Ì2a.i cdAiaa^ r^.irdàLl *f<.M*i3JSq rtiiao 4 
tt^T I *gn jaÌ&o .''>i\\\ ^^^ t^n Ti jOLUSor^ ^tèua )QljLiòf<la.i^ 
IO A^ ^ft^unxsia reli^a .«jmjl r<ociiA >i\iL\.i .iJSsQf^a t^^aLa^A 

f<oa9 ìnv^wc .rcl*i:sa.i cniua.! f<^i.i i^coA^iiia it^i^T, ÉM\c\ft aoimm. 

" ^^ • zzziu. a 

JLÌ.JJJS90O f^OCp TJJJLSnO .^OJCD ÌJ3.1 rdljjJLa t^lCULa iCOOlS 

t^AuEjp .ii%*gn\ .i^9f^o r^lao^o KlS^t^o r^iofki f<acp rui^Lo 

15 r^LfUf^ .r<L»i:sai coiuArs 3 7^ 3 f<^ci&i\^ ft^^i\.\o rdilAitti.i 
r^Av-A-si r^co^.l ..cova ^^^^ ti t\o :i^o.tA rcl*i.a %spf<:ì 

.1 .ia»a\n . 

20 '^^.lA&.i feLi.iaa& ^^^ooriiik vync" .^^_ajif< ^.*ui&.i Aik ^^_oi\^: 
3*i\*w\ f^lxJLsn ^^oiK* ^k^J\gf<o .o\^T. kAo .i^jlósq 


I^g. p. 28 * om. n& i> ^^ot<£:9i^ « ^^\\\iL d om. t^Jis»Ji 

S. f. 22a * om. ^J^ i .oaa*m=at^ i< .^cii^ niaÀ:i 

I Cod. H^i^s^ ' Cod. ^i^oni^ 

^.\\^n.i »^_r^ f^f< riAsL ^Ì4if< KlUM .r^LM^H-a f^.l r<èi.*i^ 
KUnUa r^oaif< ìkc\ .r^&Afl».! n^\\ynn AurdXojk. iEJf< ^ ftlcu.iì 

rtAo ,f<^.*ix. ^ ,oAba«:i ooA .i^èAoArd» ffcoii^ coi «acni >LlX.i 
.KL^'ii A^.1 coAiAni\y i&.iiiiSa f<lo .i^oAr^.! tcoccnjj'ia ikIm io 

t<ivjt.&l.i rc'^OjjQÓr^ «ftXf^iìO >4JL&^ ^cni*«ì.i .^iiaisq a 


.f<!l&cb f^iC99CU3 ^^1^.1 "i^i&ftìaQ .f^^a&iabi f<!^^siif^.i f<i&ftìa 20 


' Cod. »it<ia • Cod. ^^<Ìk^o • Cod. 

D. 8 

:u.i cu 


• • • • • 

f^AA*aÀftìlMÌ f^èdur» K'^cum ^vyt^ .orA ^aSlaÌ cdAi^jl. ia .r<^.*ix. 
.f^è«.ix. ^ 'jidJ.i ^^.1 ocb .vJl»-1 vvèiCLOLa \ \rìO .oA ^■\\n 

• i Y^ • • • 

èuf< Kls»^ ^f^o .O.UÀèif<o aa^.i rd^ioo .r^:if.^o ji&^ |^>\^Tri 

cDiivfttJsno .^r^èuBjkiA 

\ * * 

m. 16 


aoànT>.i v^ii^.i vyt^ .^oid^ aq3 >CDoèv*f^ r^l2aAx..i 'f^lA»iOr< LukevlST 

K'orA^.l KllnaCUC OacD a2j»èuf^.i ^CD .^^.^a^ ^coftèuo Oaco 88 f. 24a 
^^ocp.i ^ «&lf^ jaoèio .r<l.niCUL ^,^\inA^ ^^^oèur^' .^K".! 
.^^m^i^o ^ascu» ^ jinnii.i ^Ì23af<o .^|i\n i^^óV^a ^aIaSAi^ Man.Ttia 

^AIkA jiài T Al kA ^.*Uf< . • ^ ài IMI ^innT. ^x^ ^f<n vyr< 

f ASii^t 8 v^^o *> om. ^^ ■ cMufioS^^Csa Lag. p. 27. i ^A^t^ti 

k ^^lA 1 A=^^ «-=10^:1 ^ ÌAajo ° ^f^'ìentl (D^Aant) o 

« + _a^ S. f. ai a ^ ^o«p^ ^^ om. ^aà^o 

col t<iiDft»:u^ 

nriU.lS ' 

ft^^n èucqao ..*uaf^.i r^Llii^ .*|aÀ èvftOqao .f<lSk<\noa > fti^ &f^ 5 
^èiAf^.i A^^sQ .ju»i:sa.i reirlr^ f^ift*ai èuociao .r<^^\y.i KlùrtlA 

Ìaì^'ào^ì& • .>^iA\T*yì>i ^reirlK'.i Woa\^M jiàiT.Ai.! f<i\\cuL, vJl 

Man. 1Z.S f<bQÌx. .ft^^wi TI Al vvèujjK' v^AioiMacd .vym^i^ vy ^^aajax. 

f<aca f<ii..i ^AlrtilA.i ^cd .r^LuLàiio ft^iiT.i f^i«:i^ Qa^èur^" ^.1 io 
.^OSn KlA.1 ^i*g(iiitf n^ eoa ^^^cuiA r^oqa >ujDJsn .r^^co^^ ^ 
f^\ ^ \ .1 ^ftlrjjAciSka ^i^i ^tto Tt^n\y r<irLfl9 ^..^oaA èuK' ^^ 
'ilìJlÌlA r<lLajLÌ>o f<*gn 1 \%t V>-\^ KUhdi^ vyi^ .r^^A'Of^.lo 

AA.l °^A*rtÌlA rtlAf^ .r<UfiDf< A^. it^ta i Vu ^ini>nr> ì 1 ^ poA 15 


coèi.!^..! r^-AjQDf^ .K^SkanOflà^K^ Of< iulK' ÀK'o .■^.i>nv 


^oxaK'o pdlMf^o Klfipr^ ^jkfioiClSi Aik-a nd^i^ .^^^^^ca^mAg-iJkA 
f. 23b ÙnK".! t^èOLsn falesia .*u»^^ 'rtilA.i r<^.Vha t^V^ ^^^ ^^J^^ 

XZZiT. 4 ' ^ "'^^V 

• • • ^ • 

• • • • • ^^^ 

con 1 *p èuif^ f^Lx^-SQO .^vvrui^ èujji«.i 


* + .nns^o ^ ^^è\:t au\o .|A^^ ««Sncaei^ Lag. p. 26 ^ ^*^JL^ 

o ^^a:^:i p + Aisa <i + «^^ " ^«n^ua * '■<^ S. f. 2ob 

' Cod. om. ^cfi\ii 

• • • • _ 

^aS^tsqo ^à% 1^.1.1 ^.1 ^AbKLÌ .f^i\.i^j9 f<ocf2i.i ,^^^^ ionujDanx.0 

5 .^^^ooA paijAisno '^^_^cfiA^ r^l^jbo .lijBJsno i^^^no r^liÀsn èuocp 

•r^li^ÓD .*ui^^.i ocoAK' .v^ AuK" r^i^K" ^r^l^rCi èur^ «iw.*!!.! 

Ìa\^ Ì2nf< 4i .vyLi^ rc'^rdl 'rtlaì QocUO.Ufa r^lsaco^ ^^.*Uf^ 

XZZiT. 8 

^A^oLiiCsa'" f^ K'cofìjk.i W.ilr^a .^....oèuf^ t^^ *^ r^li^o 4 

• • • ^ • 


• n^ìti*\^ '» om. ^ce^o e om. o ^^osu^ <* + cnl^ « + ^n^^ 
f ^ocmsD 8 t^i*^:) S. f. 17 b '' ^tLJ^o » om. t<Isa^ J f^-atJ-ica 

P om. ^:» Lag. p. 23 <» ^q^nns^ ' om. t^io^iao 


.f^^JL r<acai ^^oÌJt.èi.i AjLa .r<i *wti \ASOf^ revocai 

.^Ai&o.tA ^^^ oocfi^i f^TJSncL^ r^ai9.i vy^oqjo 

•^:i*èu.i .aii&^f^ f^LàJSQnn .i^i^caarc'.io .r^Liiflii.i ^^^.^001*^0.1.1 
f.22b ^.^•V^^-** .K'iaÀ.Ì K'cii^^ ^^f^ .jjLÀèvLr^ .^^.^ocoi:» .*U» .l4jA ÀK^.l 
.*.l^o.i VBOK'.i vyi^ ..icuila i^oAk' ocb rd^TJSn ^oix\^*m ^rtiA.i 
P1.U.4 KlA»Ht.l 'Ìa^ ^^^OCD^f^ .vy^*.Ta r^l^ì^o vylsxia ji.i.ii^.i A^::^ io 
^^^^ ^U» «^f^.! .''r<n\^ reSAfl»o f^rtliciao ^ocb rc'èujoi^ ^.1 ^ 
èvA .rdinaOJL ^ f^oai.i i^iauto ^ oq3 èui^ Ai\d ^r^' ^^i^u 
A^Àjj^rX" vJla^ vyK* èulf< kAk* .t^col^A» f<l.l ^Aa&cd ieJi^' 

rtlai .i\jnr>0 .èui^ AinT. T-A^.l K^l^\y ^.1 èurc" .Ji^ .iCuAa 
Aaaz. %^Vi^.i r<l \\yi Aa&co f^AJSklf^ .mx^f^Ls ''•^^iièu .i\y 

NuniMn èuf< i^jlÓmX rei«isn i»f<.i Ìa\^ .auftAi^ 4i Wu^ èuocp .èuK" 

nrlll. 1 sic ' ^ ' -r . 1- 

^Alf^.l . • .^^ Auoqi Ti\%.i KilÀcb .èuf^ "^A&fiD f^fOi^ .àIm 


Lag, p. 22 * + ^ciK. ^ om. ^om!^:i S. f. lya *= ^^ 

' Cod. ,^n|^^:i 


ooiiiA» f<ÌjiA« f<è*à\^ iua ièusi.i .K'ì.^^K'.i ?**^ i^ 

MaU. zzi. 

5 ^KlllJjK' Jl^ "^f^d^f^O .rd!i^.l f<Uf<\ .^r^O f^ililO ^^^OAJO 

K'è^Ocu^t.l r<m\^o /f^iicco.i f^on2l^.i rd^cii^ t^ocai caiftXcu 

• • • a • 

.V^*in .lEJrtla r^!Aaa f<CicfU rtli.i .f<aArt^.i colis^.l r^lJli^aJto .^.*u 

f^lOJk.! loXcb .20 .«una lEJr^la ^^Ofioa^ r^ OU» .tJaciSi isai^.! Man. 

v^ V- ^- . r- • nriii, 10 

vyK' •rC'oi^^'A» ^xiaax« ^.._oaA Aèuo .^^^osoiu.i a\^.*i ^^Aai^.i 

8f^ A^&co èuocp'4i K'è ^f^\%i.i t^èuifloi<2« Ai^ ^jifti&o Chap. VII 

%aAi& 0.1.1"° »^.lo ftf inicUL .*U3 f^ii.o f^r^o .9ki*gn rc^^anftìiftf<^ 


• • ' ^^ ZYlll. 18 


» om. <i?iS^ i^^cnisil »> t^iaii^o *^ «^^i S. f. 16 b 

i ^-* 

« ^m^^TItl W^VSiOT) n + oc» o .^O'IAO^^TI 


■ Cod. <itA9t9>o 

*j9KlfiaJ9a .V\*w /r<u.i 1%^^ yCOolifKls» .icuifiJO cojs t^rd^.i 
ft^ìT^fiT^yi ÓK* ocp ór< .^iiftil'i rtLisiieia .V^*ga 6f< i*^ r^^iàrtla 
.^^ajLÌufikAi4.i ■ ^lJi^ T*iTì Kl\ . ^^oonii^ 1 f<L^.i t^.i /oaJL:i 5 

.^,^^i\ \^ìOr^la ft^n iAi^.i »cò r^èiAjsn .r^LMTJSn t^ia^ ^^n 

Matt.yU.8 ''r^iivn:! rc'èuio'' .èur^ K'vj* vvCUji^.i cnli^ni f^JL\» ?^^-^-'« 

6 ^^ f<èuio ^aocA ji&r^ f^l&rtla «Afiai .èui^ vuò r^ vA*.! 

a\*WTl r<l\.l WlT^T^an ^^ KLSkCUUBft^&re^ Aii.1.1 JLa&co .V\y*^ 

.KU»Ì.ao K'i.A^ ^jsso.! vyi^ .r^2i^.i eco ^ r<L»i:Mi ca:sa\èi% 
ft^^Onttiàftf< Annoi %»f^ %if<^ 000 Qocuo.iiAa.1 .^.*u Ìa\^ i^ 
iuBOjj coi f^ocp KL^.i Ìa\^ ocb .JLaii^ oA^ f^ii&o.i ^oiao 
Aikfi Aà^op KLicqÌl\^ •cn.zJ^ A^ Qor^li» jsoii rtilAo f<^l ì^l 15 
rtilA.1 odo vyt^ raT^i naiL t^L&aAfiflu&K" Aìb.i.i ^t\\'^ ^J>i r<:u» 
con f<r^ KlXo .cn ì *w aiA i^LaLo . f^\ t>>i oaiA coA .^rw 
.f^i^K" coi AftAx.!^.! r^lao ft^i\yft» rdicb JlA^o .oA «^^oa^sno 
.r^.loó r^ocp^.i cau».i «*cd .J^iupn r^ virala ÀK" .*u» .*U3 
Woqa^.l r<u\T^ f<l .aoii.1 rC'iu:L.V30 KLiOOOO JL.i^ KLiAkcbo 20 

è • • • ^^^ 

CLaoèu.i vyt^ ^i\u.i ^Ali^ ^iftì nn%jk.swo ^OfkiiiSa f<l.i 

d om. ^^^ ^1^ * ^ -inrrt» S. f. i6a ^ --ao^ « om. ^^ 

• jf * 

• icaciLk. ^^^OflftA^o ^^n\\i ^^.1*000 .f<è«.i^ ^ i=A ^icoaIO.tijJ 
'rtlssKlX ^QOa&M acp ^i^ÌKl ^Alf^ Aj^ .^ai& ^Cico .^K".! \\f^ 

reUni^apQ «^ rei\f< .^ALs^o^n.i ^r^iX^^r^ ^^UuL '^.V30.1 r^ 
•AcukJi rdÀGUiAuÀK' 5f^ èuiK' oA :inn^ ^.*ucno .«^^cn^ jiónx. 

'f^^.Vhia AAaèu.i ocn f<ai.™ ..sir^^.i ocaJf< ^yOiaAr^tJC. èUf<o^ 


1^1 IT ^^1^ .cD^oLkfi» vyr^ KldQO^.1 t^èiJ^cu icdoI^ ^9V^ 
IO n^ .AiKll.i »ci3CUÌJE. r^JÀcbo . ^?T. Ór^ Tixu» òr^ èui% Òr^ 

•auAi&.l vyf^ .r^oa\^*4«.i i^lixiaOxX r^oèutJ.i .''r^lSiQo^.l f<ici0cua 
J^èix.^ èur^o ^è«CLnii« K^ocpè^ %^AaX .«Ax. ixA^ «K^èvATaisa aeii.iT. 7 

.rtl^ij^ ^J^ TJSnK'^r^ .i^lnnATl ^^oAix*f^ i\ai% ^lAua ^^O 

^'^Aicas3^7i óA f^aca kAo .axà&r^^ ^oA jil jsi:^ .^oscisif^ a\r^.l Nnmben 


^Air<A .^:i2uL ^^_Dcicp&>.i ^^_a|A KlabJsiiM ^^_asA .^t^ rCkSkio 

9f% • 

ÌAg, p. 20 

• ^o^v^nu^u S. f. i5b ^ ^(xuionuf^o 

e ^oa^cpo 

** om. o<p 

• + [^o<p] ' ^cDCks^A « om. •> |ja^ 

J -Tinao 

i^nr^ti k 

+ -]paen 1 «Adu^t^JLo ™ + ^^0 " cn^ao^ti 

^ om. ^ui 

p Jk*o^ut.^o 

4 ^oc» ' «A^m=a^:i * ijt.'i&^^o < ^aa^^:t 

' Cod. ^cDda^ ' Cod. ^^aisai\:i 

• • « 

• • • • • • 

• • • • • 

14 .^OM^ èoQM.l f^CLlkA ^ÌMr< *.!& .èlCLSOl CIUS .T^IWI ft^\n^i 5 

•v^cai K1jlm.i f^liHaa&so r^Li^HaA ..^oi^ .^2^.1 r<^i?ka\^u( 

16 ^^ooiiikO .^OJdOJ r^o r^Lur^lA r^LuKlso i^ojk. in\i i^.i 

^^^^ • • • • 

òf^ ^^^.^O^ r^L^^saJksa .''vOy^ iJLa ^iÀr^'o .r^Kll ^KLijr^lSQ io 
.^ iVua ^Aftf^lA ^aX»3 ^ DOCoAt rdaà\i& ^^^f<.i rtlSkAn fin i ^r^ 

* • • '^ • • • 

• • 

a (»Ì\oAo^O S. f. ISa ^ ^en^ e C7i^ciO«TI| A^ 2k^^klO 

<> om. n:A2w!i * n&o ^ t<rì*kT top .^«\ao«:tio t^i*':i 6 t^u^o 

^ + o<n _ CJ giauiSo^ .^ooA \sn^ .|pio^^ t^ósn!! <n»)So^ ^Oa&x. ^IAti 


f — ^ - 

IO • 

^^^^■^— • • • • •• «^ 

Ì:sor< r<lj^.i coèìOMa rdJK" «"^^^ «^-l .V\^ .Aai^ifia^r 

ft^nilt» ^ tisi ^.^èuK" ^li» 4^ CUjjO Cksoèl r^K" . i^OlK" 

r^^ò^f< .SCO* ru^o .^cb.i ^crn\\ i^r^ K'èir^Uìi^ r^èuik0.i.90 

^KlMjji KlX.10 èur^i«v\o .^^ ^cfxrA r^ixnn ^AìK".! ^^^cnli\ jA 

.<\\^.i ^Alr^ èvftKlAjdo ^^oirc' ^ o.*iJpo .^^^oioru.i ^«a^ 

15 ''^^^oA .scalo K'iianiiA r^\M reu\^jjA ÀK" rd^K" .f<l^cb 

A i^K'o A.\tgtt c^^ rdl.l ^.1 ^^AftKlXo .r^ÌAfl9 

• rtli'ioiK^.i K'oi^^'jjls ^^A^èioèupo ÓK" '|^il\\^.i finito ^^ oocol 

''^i \\?k^v:sq rdl^ .*i& .^*2uèi3 ^.Airdl ^a\nn AjAcb ^;-^\ * ^^ 

èuK'o .r^Acb °ft^i*vl*i eoa "ì a \^ ^iJsilK' 4^ ^^oèuK" Bwk 



« + ^t) ^ + 0(39 <^ t^LA^ <* oau^^o Lag. p. 19 ^ (Ala 

f ^?) ^oA^ 8 t^^P^^ ^ ora. ^^nA ì (i>^\^:i j ^u&^oìixaen ^ ^ttai 

» Cod. t^^9^o • Cod. t^i^uiHo • Cod. ora. t^lA * Cod t^lA< 

• Cod, 

uan KlAafl9.<u.i 

is ^\ \l A^. ^.1 tCOÀ9r< .KU»Kll KU»rdM rd^K" •»coÀar<'.i 

!• oAo^ K^ia .^i&^OQ ^rdX fdlM A:k. ^^^oAuK" ^i^r^o .oAoika 

^^^ocni^o .KImmIO K'èiCùELfil f^vsa 37^3 .V\^*»i .tCOÀsK":! 

SM> rda^^.i *r<T^klo .rdj^rdj rdj^r^M .^^^r^ .%n^o O^ i^li^OÀ 

f. 2oa •K'oonii tCOAl^ KLaaH.i cnèiCùELftii .cni-ai rt^oàX-*» Jk.i&iu 
n i!\^o • . K'ocp 3A2L.1 oAcuk. oAsk ^JSiQ vvCÀoru «^j^ r^Q 

ss r^r^ .coA i-flk.i&i^ rdl .1 1 ^ .1 i^cuk. caÌÀo .èia sai rdlo io 

• • • 

98 cnèiosoa rtlir^ t^Lsi^ rdl.l .V\pw .rtLurtli aia .*ul^.i •K'iiaAf.iia 
coMior^ ^ vva&oii.i ^\K rd^K" . tJoriK' KU^so i.^K' .r<i^M.i 

CoèlOAAll CiAL .f<\à\, K'OCO ^.TASk..! rdXoik. CfflV^ vvaK" .rdlcLk. 

• • • • \ 

M èua.l *.^^«1T. .^COMlOK" K^ì I ^T. rtlX.! oi.sOK'o .èiOMi 

• • • • • 

jl^\t.l '^^..OàÌvmIOK' rtlXrd .tm K'Ìa&x. Af.l Milord JLrdifiOfK' 

rdicb .K'èiOAf.iìo f<!Xf.i .«un^jo .K'oco .lAiL.! oiAoik. 20 

98 f^Ao fdjjrdJ reLurdsn .^^oAoik. cnlL ^ v^cp.i .W^'^w .oulSlI 

98 .fd«%S0.1 OImÌOK' K'Ìa&Z. ^rdA.l A^f^'ififtftK' èua.i «^ÌJdQK'o .. èiOMi 

• • • \ • 

^ + ^0(39^ ^cnob^ li^AosL?) cn^cAosLo ^ aa^ti 

<* + ^^2»t» <» or^^Mc ^ + o«» 8 n=»2kao S. f. I4b 

* Cod. om, 

\» • •• • • 

•covuja r^ÌA\^ iua ^.^.H K'^ièi f<li».io .co.ifr^ v^coi r^ 

•oca rdAf.ii f^L^co .^^_air^ ^ìA^o »^J^ » v^aii w^osaiao 9 

IO ,,9ki\i coiaj* ^iUf<\o .AoÀf^li r^'io^ Jl^o .vAoii f<A rclA*:it 11 
KlULJLdQO , AQ\^yUi r^Lj^o2^a .^iLai^Li rt^T in\o rOAftLMlo la 
• rua&a ''rt^AAvo .K^'i^èifia >ifT^ tcoouu^o . rtii^l f<A «itti 1.1 

• • • • • • • ^^ 

»cocxL^ cfUMio ;è«adii èeojsn^ KlAcuk. aAik rtlicb.i ^'V-* 

• • • ^ 

15 37 ^^.1 K'co^'A» ^^^^^cniik K'vmJo •K'ia .tAoi ^.TJf^ .r^ocol 14 
.Aci&reil KlA f^'l^^^ A:k.o .^coiiOAK' .in\i i^o Aj^ .*uo .«coÓLarc' 10 

rCàSkO^a ..nftii KlA r<^i% ryo .^itartli f<A vJf<Ao ,.^i\pi i^ le 
20 ••afiai r^ K'iiciacxLLo rc'iuaio •co.t^K' vV&cai f<\a\ .jsao 17 

a • 

• ^ • • • 

i ^gicTil k ^qaiA^ftS^^ S. f. 140. I^g. p. 18 ^ n^rrwi ii^^cu3«tiio 




p&M •OdkiaiiK' ^^.^cp •flUMl tCDOls ^liio jkiOl K'èiOaKlaa 

''oocao.Vfoo .^ca^Vk .i^ft».! ^aÌìi^I ^i.*i^^q ^^^o^oco f<\f< 

.rdlTMi^l oil^aKLa f^^^^-l KIa^Ìm KlxJiaX ,ft^*w\\ ial ^.1 oicó 
•r^oAr^ f<AÌM.*l m*« \Ai^a .iCLaiAa ÌkU» èucop èulr< f<!ir^ 

XYiii. 1 «a^^M^èi^ iJL^. K'ccDO .Klifikcb 'i^K" «^^cQlr^ r^ JLkIaaujo 15 
2 Kla^iKla "^^^oAuK" ^èeojsn r<^i*«i\ r^Lsji^ .ÌJSiat^lan\ r<L*Ì:».l 
f^llJLc K'iA» ''cJL&K' K'òiiar^ .^^.^^^K" ^i^K'o .L^f^XJ^r^n 
8 ^AicQIM .soèì ^».«^ •tJO.lK' r^XSn xà^f^ f<lf< »jj .^^òóii KlUa.l^ 

rdae&l ..^co Af.*l r<ia.i r^LxAl •ÀiV Klifi^cb .'tifi KlaiV.! rc^T.^l*^ 20 
6 r^.l .lAikJO .^.*ll r^ooii «.^ f<xJtac .^èiosoii .^co Klj^^.i 

n + f<^CD t^lA^iSD S. f. i3b " ^^^ o ^mo ^ perniai p + t^ocm 

* Cod. ^^oan^ 

• porrlo ^'f^c A&i.i*' ocb f^lsoA.*! .■iVtt.i •A^r^.i rc'èionièi «L^ Jer. yllL 

5 Asie» «^A -^^ OCoèu^'ìèua Ci:u»ililf<'0 K'AlfiLftc^A» *r<'èlCa2k&CDÌOQ 

r^ f<l^ìr< K!jLJÌ.a «jj^K^r^i KLftÌJdQ.i ca.a^^^èiSk ^Lk. K'ccpo Bnk. xìt. 
.1^1^ ù^ojSLAf^ .h-snxja KlXcLk. .lajyèia .«aA r<i\^èi 

r^AiAii ^.^cb aia ^^..^coau «^.f^o .r^ì i \nc rt^Tlili cn i^ 
15 ^^^^1^ ^^„^coi«flUif.it3 ^^^osqp ..aóftr^o A*r^ mÒlI .^'ia\^ 
fCU» A^Àcb èuf<^i\ \^ 4i^ r^Ì.M i^K" .^^_ocoèiiL&^ 

f<\ .KlXa:^. >^ jjk&èuLi ^^j;^.! Klaèi^ 



V\^*** r^f^ r^lAJ^OQ rdlc .r^lM\èi& .acni cn t 9k 1.1 ccb ''r^oa!^ 

UtK" K'.lOcix*^ ^r^li&K'C .r^'iuK'.*! 'r<l**Vkai K'cn^^ 

• ^^oi&CD^\a> sic ^ n^l^yi^^'Sì S. f. 13 a s + [no^^\a>] ^ 

' om. 

-^0 KlAafl9.%ft.l 


^^^ • \ • • • • • •' 

t\ r^ooii.i «cupèi.! rtlSQ ^i\y».i ^Air^ K'i.ajto 

,vycn\yMn iiosaoii f^!2a\.i •''rdico ft^*w\\ ^.1 vvìaà» iur^ Jk..<u 15 
Pia]2iiTi.6 K'.iasQ CII99 AaiTi.i ..TsCia i^j^r^.i vyr^" K'iiaaiii ^v^ Aulo 

f. 18 b r<AeLnSaàSkf^ Sk" AjAco iuK" ^ oA lA^i^i^ oA ^ocp K'.ifa^ 

rdXM'ia Ann ^^lèubc •èuK'ifvV^ ^ruioA .^^.j;^:! iuoqp r^A^kó» 30 

Lag. p. 16 < ^ì\tti^ i + ^^>x3!ìÉ. ^o ^ -I- ^4^ S. f. 12 b 1 + «.Ao^ 

*r^L4!k.l K'oqpii.i J^&4«iir^ rt^^gnftii^f^' Sk" A^^cb rOcb . V^*^ 

' • 


^^^..OÌfipèl.1 ^.%».l .^^.^Oil^OKln iaMK" f^lÀCUittU&KlX l^^is 


.r<'.«..*n\>>.1 ^ ocnuXMA Ani .ca\ jiósiuo jaK'it.l r^làru f. 18 a 
^CCaì \rs.%r:f r<\r^ .^jlSÙAì.I ^-jlAìK' i^Kla rda^.!^ .ICijKlJCl. 

•• m 


.•ftjj^o r<^^no r^r^LL ^ocoo ."k^oAi^ x^r^ "Ann 
t^LmacjL ^.loAuLK" r^ècàbg^ n r^oAK" r^i.» ÀK^.i . V\^ 

l&iK'ia èurt'd .^r<ini AaKIjau»^ VSpf^n vyK" .o!\^.i ^AIkIA xzziù.l0 

« t<IsiS h cn^cisnns^ S. f. 1 2 a * t<ÌiTi2iii^ j _ o'^cot^A^ti ^ ^iuLti 
1 ^Asaj^:) ^A«^ \\^^-^iT :^i\*\rihrT> -^V^^ "* t^£9u»H=3 \-in " + Af^ rk^n^ 

f^ l\oft»2L>? 

KLììK" Ckco «fVr^nnftii^K' ^^,,cnni*yi ^Ak'Ìuli .èur^lA^ K'ìiJLa 

.Kl&I\g rtliiiicu .V\'^ rtl&rela ^.nftii n^^ .collii r<li.i f<i 
AufKlXcuk.:! rtU^K" Aj^ qocujJci . .n fti 1.1 r^Liaioo .V^y^wi aiV 

r. i7b .ooMx. .vacca ^^aSÌ2^.i ^Aìk^A ^r^lAfikK' ^n ^oèi .rd^cbu. ^cA 

.cniix.1 ^sp «^^QA^vJsn.i ,V\y*g« .K'iuLaxfA A.^^\ jkiiJsnidQ reil 
•cniiOÀf^kjjLa K'èi:!^ K'èir^c .KLuiJdo »cooèvftr<'c -x*!^ '^^zpK'o 15 
• ^.^ocolliks 'con icuuo .t^ftAnflni^f<' .sa Qftfiifkiuc ^^.o^iu 
.rt^^nnftii^Kln WAo .K'èAaoèi ^.^cicoJJM .*uio %%\r\ r^^o 

^ jaoiu ji^J.l r^lsa ^.1 'ccp ÀK" «rtLAÀ.! .V^ K'AuJk.i.SO lèi&èi 




kOU b ^ ^nrin ^ + ^^onivìi^^ii^ S. f. 1 1 b ^ ^ -iiw io 

m • r\m9e&A^ n 

^aS»:t^o *> + cn» p + aù Lag. p. 15 


•ixli^.1 ìv-^<^ f<^.^tt.\AiA ^^^ocfiA:^ jaCL&J.i .T^èuk..! ^^^Aicb 

lèuaLUdQ '^K'èut.ìus .*UL&Jl.i «mL^.! Jiur< AfA^ rtli^.i^c K'.iòo tcb 

• • • \ • • 

•^CD3 "^cpA\ V\y *y ^^1 Vj^ ^OQO Kl&U» J&K".! ^.1 ^injtoc 

iàX^^i^nK" .rt^ix. ^uàf^ Ola èuK'i*^ .Kl&U».i K'èico^:! :uao 
.''^^aaA .^riauftsn ^^ciccoi .*vk ^^^afkianV .rO^cb ^^ oji\\iOf^:3 Matt. t. 

^.1 lUK" tt^^ .r^Aa "r^d&K'C «JBalM f<A.l K'iai^ Klaèi^ ^i^K'C 
.tt^iiXftttja^ tCDO^K" f<A r^òa .f^Acuk..! K'Ha:^ .^isl^.i Qftfii2kiu 

20 cxfiafiafikèiK'c cuAoi&èiiV.i r^lso ^cD.i ^^..^ooriisn rtliofiV^*7i .Klftisa.i 

^ «^«ubLsi I om. Asoan ^ f<^(iu^^ " or ^ocdÌA\^ ^ 'SS>«^ 

^ • • • • 

.relÀOJifia.j^K' A^cA K'icooiO^ r^òxaisAj^yì .rel^L^Oui * cir<!lL^a 


XTlill. 7 

j&K".! A^^ ^^^Oi\V}oKln«i vyr^" .r^lif.i A;^ iÌjlsqc .loafisjsn 
vvAvaoOft eoo k1j30.i K!jLJÌa ^oK" AuiK'o .r<l»i.SO ^iJdoK' vA 

ècnsn f<Aa:k..i kiAà^ ij^r^* ^n^ .%ò\c\ ^.1 vyr^ ^icocuiv^èio 
.oAcLk. ^ r<^\av amÌA.1 vyr^" .èit^f^o èiiì^K" i^o . èìOSoi 
^.1 iuK" .«vaèiK" vyHff^ ^ .iiCCMl ciAo^^a t^\à^, 

cfAcLksa W\av .ICD.IU rdAo ooMicK" ^ Wno^A 'tcocuicniii *^^ 
AA^ .^.^..c^K' J&K" r^aaiA^ ..r^^èi voc^ Ìupc'o .èìOSOi 15 
^^^C^oco .^A^X» KlA .*!& ^i\^u.i ^AftK".! r^lA.T^ r^hxrf ^^^CL^ìiuai 
^^.o^oco .K'èio.lis» kA:i ^ia.iècso.i ^Air^o .^.icafiasnc ^lisksn 
.^60 A;^ A.AÀcb ^ooAv. . . ^r^Ui^ ^^..ociA ^fia^LSao ^è«i:sa 
r^nl\dfl» ^^ .^lAf^^ ftll ^^K" f^Lliuo i.Mr^!j ^V^*v> .*Uk 
.%ìf< Woqp .TftiL^^OQCi JL.T^ .i^KIa^» r<^!ÉÉ.*yil..lo rtlliAcu.1 Ìa\^ 20 

K . . f<^^o S. ^ n^o ^ «•<i9€u^S<i9i^ J ^ \a^\ i' ^^ S. f. Ila 

1 ocD *" ^ìspn^ (> As-^fia»^ Lag. p. 14 o 

' • • • • • 

k1:m*ìÌ ^^^ccafsa ^^oax^ ^^.^oAuk" ^ì\i ^^_o^ococ .r<Tin\ 

r^ccaj.1 .r^ini ifioi^iAiri r^xsn t^r^.l vyK" .^K^'Ìaàx. »cno!ìn\\ ^^*^^^' 

TTTlil. 1 

ociA i^rt'c v^Aa^ iJLsa >^ AJba rOui^ i-sqr^,aal Kl»i.».i 

15 caio.TaL^o *caia»LAjxl ^^^^oeo^usa ^Sp .*u» K'iai^ .>a3 f<l^ir^.i 
r^ÌA9 K'ixuci .f<<' «L^ r<l»èir^.i K1s3\a» K'vm^O .Kloo.i ^oA 
rd\ «.^J^'C .rtllÓA.i "rdioa .^*g«T,.i AA ,\*yiTlo >f<^\\ ICDUO f. i6b 

d ,u^iiueno ^ + ^ocni ^ ^i^Vi^ s ^f<I=i^ Lag. p. 13 ^ f^iuaen 
^ om. i _e^**^^ ^ ^o<»iiUA=a I .ooa^ "» t^Ao S. f. io b " *i«p:»u 

f^lja»CU5oJ w*r^ K'iOJtoreil ^^ CUr^ .iGU»r^!J .vv.l-*r^ iixuii.l 

^ . A' ' 

rtli.iar^.i coia r^comc .iVèiiA-ii* r^liacoQ ciiT^ki «L^ ni^fiaio 5 

f. i6a ^rtl&Anflni^K' Sk" r^iAso A:^ ^^ \ ■\no .N^i^it JL&òo ^aco 

>A»1 K'OOU ^r^ 

K^ocni rdAo .K'èuxfTi)» K^èicusL^^ Ì.a.i^uMC .r^L&iMi ^K'^Kl^. io 

^"Va^a^ Itl^O .V^12w |a\^t) ii^Aaii:! t<r"tnflV .^^ v^ A^=»^^ .^ì>^a£ku=i 

ii^o<n» t^lAo -*7A\^ t^lAo -y^^^iSD ii^oosi .^i^&Aii ^ k^^'^k^o .^f^L&i^ 

"^luS t^ocni t^Ao .^d^o^an *^ùS ii^oaii t^Ao .«^.^uanu ^o<n» t^Ao 
«^oo»-i t^Ao ^ì1t\ ^Hd> t^Ao .^fcìtvS ^Sd> m^ .^ocn» t^Ao .«^^coauS 

.i^j£f<I=a ^ "imi 

f<i\nflff:i>.l cu 

roccolo .r^lumflkf^ 'Ak'o r<!likfiaM yxi»^ K'ccaJo .K^èiLsirc' 

" • • y! • • • 

• ^^ • • ^ • • 

CK" .cnA èur^.i r^èuL^ifV ^r^.*l i»^ ocalr^" . .n flri 13 rc'OjL f. 15 b 

J^fV^vJsno . ^n,t» cr^ ^01 ór^ cicp Ji^ai^r^.i '.^ir^" èuK" ^.*Ur^ 

^ Ì=A ^^jcioA Ìàì. K'ocai r^ci .K^'if^i^ ^ lUiA^cn ficcai 
r^o . f^LxJLofLSf^ ^ f^j^cQ..» Cf^ f^lfiasi ficcai KlXc r^lii.i\ 

15 ^Alr^ •K'.iTJM^o tiuèiiJMi ^VJk.iiiu.1 u\Ti.i vyr^ .ca*Aiz.2a90 
KlXo .t\jn?> filmici ^fi^ ruotai rtlXo .^^^OJr^ K'iio.iiJao r<!\.i,i 
fVocrU rdio .K'èi^^A^^ pa*»i K'ocaJ KlXo .jil ^^usa revocai 
K'ocpii rd^K" .«^^èukrc' fidali KlXc .r^icxufisa K'èii^rt:^» p&Ml 

^.1 ^.usoLk >i.ia . ^^^■\ \iCf<lX reijLÌil.*|ci KlfiffÒMl.! ^f^Lso^èi^ 

S. f. 9b Lag. p. 12 « t<Ì7i^^i\ftk 

col KlAi 

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tCOoiuBre'.l ooiiK" Klnaiuo .«A ^.^o.n v.Aueio oaA*.i ^^ocaii 

UT.zzi.i7 ^r^lo.1 cco-a •K!:snaM oi-a èuK' r^lsaA.i ^V-i» 

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^cu».ic v^ÀJSQ K'ocfU f^K" .eòo ^tt^ iV^ ^K" f^Licb .V\pn 

IGUiK" n ì ^wn.l .r^i^T.rdja K'oAk' KL»Ì.SO i-Mr^^.i .VVw .ajutic .__, 

^ • ^^ • IXVL 3, Ilo 

oA^cr^a "t^QK^.i ,.V^*>i .^SAmÌSQ ruotalo .^f^l^iK' ^^.^èiirtll^ 

oiio «.KlsoMi i^ciocaj ^^_ccni\\ .1 rdLì-SajjHJMi ^^ocoAacX.! !!»**•▼. 7 

^ f. iSa 

^^^ornnn,\i ^i-A-MK^.i A-\^-?w .v^LmJljl .«uuL r^ocn^ iian.Y.9 
A^ «J» rd^.l revocalo ..^^^oioiiu K'ciAk'.i »cpn 'i n.i r^lsoAr. 

•• • 

1 t^JL*i<i9o ■" ^ciaJLaeL. " ii^'\fia^^H^ S. f. 8 b ^ om. ^n^^ì£ù^n^ .^^ 

^isasóo ^iM4»èì KliSkàs ^cb •K'èìtiasaAcoa ^ ^H&ai.i ^^.^oicoX ÓK" 5 
oicoitèi f^U»oia >'if.s«f^ Klinifii Ar< .^^^^OfAcoii ^^^ocnao 

Chap. IV Woeal.1 K'iai^J' rd^lr^ vyr^.ll aLso .r^L^aÌK'.i ^ cvrdVsko 

• • • • • ' 

VH3 kA.i K'Ìa^ •K'èuLjia A%i^ AAMl.1 ..ujèiiu rd\ pQ.TSaa.1 

r^K".! r^\o .r^iAV^r^so ^o .tx^nn.iV>m oaèi^^^ì '^ 

MatlslL K'èli^^ f^èd» i^r^.i ^.dol^.i .^^^A\lOf^La K'if^K'.i ^09 20 
vuJLib ^ .r<llAi.i r^SQOAa ^oia^Lj rtl^ij^oA ^Aiu relsa^Jk& 

* Lag. p. 9, 1. 27 • cD^o^i^nX Lag. p. io » om. 


' Cod. Addilo 


r<iinft>.T».l .aX 

\\rì • . ^ . %:m r^ Auit^i È^f(ìf< r^i^ *i >'if\i .^Asèioèiècn èufkOK' 

^UMm^ .vAoii òiao •f^ijÀx.o ne^^ièì.1 »a9 f^U»icKlX .fiAr^.i 

K'èui^^ K'Ìa^ Kli&K" «a .cbèiia cdÌao •K'èièuK' K'iai^ .nftii 
•K^èìOjjne^ ^èìièi coiao K'ia^ r^li&f^ .^^ •K'èul^g.l cassare cdÌso 
cbèìiao K'èìèuf^ i^LmK' ^lèi Kll&K'o 3 .r^lH Alia ^èìièì ór^ 
•cbi-aA coèìi^ Aèuo .r^èièur^ .n fp i K'i.a^ Kl\ .^ne^o co 

CDia^ l^èuK" Òne^ f^UtK' (^èuK" r^llÀK" ^ •CDÀièuK'.i CDajjK" AièuK" 

• • • 

CDèuK" r^dskK'o .au .rdiif^ cD.ii 'èièuK" r^ia^ r^li&K'o r^L» 
15 cbAiAuk'.i cbcutK' èii-a .nftii r^vi^ r^dskne^o «^ .f<!A*.it rtìli*» 

r^Jl&f^ cu .^1.1 ^ìii A^ Kllóoi iCDCUtK' r^ll&K'o co» 

•afia.1 làf^ Kli&ne^o .T^Au3a>i\^ ^.1 f^A\iiaT.aT. %^r< 

20 ^JL^J^^ K'èiOM.l r^èuiv. «^j^" K^Ak" .r^Lui^i CDÌa\ .i^o^sn 

KlX.10 jjLA . »cpCU.i^\l.l rd^i-ÀOl r<Ti Tn èu\o .K'.lcxU oanA 

^ • • • 

leccai ^ciL ^^ooca».i r<if^U» ^%x ir^ 71:1^0 r^LiSJSoiLaio 
.K'èulX^.i aiA:^. K'èiiAflb» Ì909.1 eòo J^\jB:sn • ficcai K^A^o J^ 

' Cod. Alia » Cod. tJLi^èi 

Kl\ r^lAnfi» 


Pialm A^ r^llx.iOÀ v^cpr^.! i^Ì.aJSOK' ^r^l ^^_ai cokJ^M .Oop :if%ì 

zzzl. ss * \ * 

^^^o^Qcnin .r^ uiVt .aoèi oocp OMfi» x^ . ^Kl\èc9Q.i ^A^r^ 

• • • * * " 

f- 13 b f<\\ ^3 «ft^uiVTi «ao^ oocp a*yi nr» ai& •K'oqs miào Klfkoil 

'^KliiaruSQ >i^ .KLijl9.i:5q >b.*i^ ^^ ci^waiiio ^^nnftì 1.1 ^^ ooA io 

oocp ^AAJLjDD oocp CD^A^r^.l ^Alr^o .ifO.i «&r^.i jL\^^« .*r^èi.T:^.l 

•aoèi oocp a.*yi.ft> oà /rtl^iJ^oi K^>in.vsa 79.10 oocp ^i^jno 
.K'èioico&.i f^i\\aTn >b:i.m lo^jacuo mìjsoi tjk" ki\i .ft^MiVt, 

r^lM^A.! .ft^uiVr «aoèi oocp a*fi nr» iià .f<l&ftla ^.Afl^r^lSQi '5 
r^O .W^uN xiftil 'eoa r^l&K'ioQ coa.i ocb KlSAGUa rt^laioa.i 

t . . ,^i\t 1^.1 r<SQ ocb r^ècàbaA lèia 

^ i.^CUL 711*^1 1 \ n3 ^^^^uScoA ^K'i^ix. rdA»..A.a[.i^.i K'Àu.^ 
rd&cvlififtA&r^ .ft^iiViVT. ft^ flf>a *3n Ino .lacxz. '(^««^lii r^iicuiMaCfia 20 

• • • V • • 

fX^l^gaaCKLSq rd^o^o .f<AÌk.i r^lizjrxizjsao rd^oii Klica^ r^UjDàa» 
iSA^ K^èl^VtiiT^gtì OOf^-A^lÀOr^" AÀa.i ^_ CUcb rd^i^ai KUlao 

*" om. « ^o<p •^ t^H=insra • Rei. in marg. t^A^^ncn^n («>) ^i^sAfn m. 
hominis eiiropaei ^ ^iuló t^:»o *« ^ -iiwrj >:t * t^inan^x^ 

OCQjLÀ.l .KLmlaÌx. .aC^ coco oiSOito .jjuft /gini^^gn vvfiff rtlXc .oos f. ija 


3 .^, ».^„, .v..»^ ^. ^ ^ :l., ^. 

.rdo^ix. «ac^ occp ccsnso J^ •^^^^^ocoaLSi^.i r<SQCusi r^Ì2^c.i 

o .^%\ika KLfti:^ vviriK'.i >à9 Jl^^^q .'^TbcuV^ ^:ì*o.i.i Puim 
10 > V ò .V ^ f.r^o vsbK'c rtliifV KlAiso . iJSocLfius coèunaaLèi 
^■A-oì fti^yi.i ^.^^f^.1 .r<^»iiiV T I «acèi ooco oJMfl» v^ .%r^sn:%o 

èur^c^i:^ TDor^.l rdlir^ rtllon^.l tx^uiV'T. «ac^ ccqp CCSnso 
15 iflDr^^K'.i ^.1 eco . folciva r^Lz^va >A>^^ Anni .r<lo.iV3 r<l\.l 

^^X^r< .rtlif.i ^,,,^\*yi T 1.1 ^.v^^ni ^Alne^i .i^ uiVt jdO^ ocqa 
Kl\ .f^^nitA O-A^tc .rdlA^^vA ^^.a^u .r^L&Kla a\nT,.i *èuVA»èif^ 

20 ^j:àoi.i ^AìK'i .fn^fiV'Yi »ac^ "ccq3 g^ffiff *^^ .^^^col&r^la 

<* ^orp 1' ^>m*7a <^ ci»=a ^in^Sn 

J + 

marg. ^Tsmno ni. europ. ^ n.o:> 8 + "Ticur» 

h f 

j .j^ Rei. p. jA ^ cvrai^o ' «-^WT na •" 

scr. acid. 

^ivra^ € Rei. in 

»^ " Cod. o alterum 

' Cod. Kd 

V K:Aiuki.'u 


^^i^K".! ^>b.*uaA one"^ •r^.iL AuaXo r^LckLaA ÌJt:s«o .r<l*:i)^o 
JL^ .\^A^.i TJr^ èuK' ^..J*^.! «KUmLs. «acèì ooqa ccsns» «^^ 5 oocp OMfi» :u .>CBflLSQ.*|^ r^A\^^ ^loèì f^n OCD .r<ciAr<la 

ocb cK' •K'iu.rii AnT.o «Sktcusn.! r^Uir^.i .KUmÌz. «soèi 

• • • 

KlXo T^TI «acèì Kl\ f^llos • K'èica&h^.l K'èiia^r^èia aiLJUjAcM.l io 
Klur^.1 .ftf mìiVt. «aoAi oocp ecsjiaù ca^ ,cpAi t^ t èua K^Oai 

•lOriAicuiazi Kll »cDoAur^ ^^^ocD^ii^a ^rUf^o .y*WTio ^^^ocoèiiAS 

r^Li^Ju» ^:sp àf< ™KL»icUft ^ yJr^ »^^.i .f^ miiVt. «aoèi oocp 
JI^Im^K^O Aajb^K'o r^^r^.i r<l;9QO .^^^Oai2A^ J^^uècno K'é^r^ 
•s^èìo .eoa f^ocQ >Bf^lii.i ft^n^ jsoèi "Atne^o KUSk .^^„ocn^\ 
.Ai^inAu «saoii rdX .^Alat ^èì'ì^l ^^^..octXft.if^ ciA v^cbo r^ikt^^ 
T<jLSkéo .>f:ia ^ Ola r^ocp iCDoAuK'.i oca ft^,n\^ vyr^ KIXk' 30 
•ao^ oocp ccsnso tw .coA ^j^..*u.i ^à^ .ctljd ^^tu« oocp 

k t^LtlÒCnA Cod. t^IvTtOCDoA I ^TSOfJU *" t«^-^o(7i. Rei. p. 1^ " + o»^ 


^oiAn ca4jui.i.i rtl'sgqa.j ^.i n v oocdi r<u iVt. «sc^ oocp 

•KUmIl «sicèì ooQp osaflo tt «r<^i icì>.i i^ImIaI r<i ■ l*yi ^^r^ 

^:mcbc ^oocq cC9Q^ ^i^gi ^A!kj3ir^ Klicb rc^r^ì oocb ^ax» 

r^Laè^.i r^l^saXojLa.i i^UilJùl «scèì eoo» OMflo m «o^cd 

• • • • • • 

f^èiisLO».! .V\*yi .»cQunv*iHT i »CBa\\i JL^ r<^n^ Tarda :uko 
«tt^UiVT. «acèì occo ceafl» A. .rdatJuua ^^ooAkn r^lJjDiOÀ.i ooò 

•soèì ooco oisoito •« .r^Unaxsn >coci3f^ èia\?i cnn\anf>3 Kliiiio:i 

• • • • • 

15 Kll*i^afi90 ^..^^QjA^Of^o rdjiilo f^èui^Au^ ''»-^!^ rdlf^.1 . tt^tUàVi. 
•r^ii.<p^23 *pa.ftf<la Aj^ ^iaècn ooqa Kl\ ^^^o^ciA*.! ^^^ocoaUì^li 
WèiCLi:sa»cD .^.lA rd^.i f^.ur^.i .ft^uiVr «soèi oocp a:yflp 
ne^Ocnl rdi .aia ^aIMaì^.i '^ * 
T^ ^ ocfiisn 1 1^ o ^ ociA 

.1 '^^oicb KLflffcbaio f^likLÌL\^o .r^èi.T^.i 

20 .ocb rtli^l rdlK" coèuLSU-èia Ì^Ìjl t^.iV\*^ >t^ti «aoèi f. i2b 
OK' A'^jusao ttl:»i.i rdo-If^.i .KUmSLs. .aoèi oocp 


inarg. m. europ. 

o « + ^ ca cp 
Rei. p. cA »' 



• • 



vyK'i .V\*»i .^^^« occp KUiJ.isa\i .èuK!:^.*» .^r^LauHia KUilJCx. 

oiAo .aiA ^1^^ ftt*w «iciA^o*^ K^Utiusn r^Uu.T2i9 ^^.i .^iA^.s« 5 
r^ocoii ft^nTi •Tijka.i ''ttf ui Vt. «sC^ ccqo oma» «a .°^i \flr» 
.*UiLa.i ,V^^*w^ .rdi^iO-DO r^Lz^H^ r<la2^.i rdXftiao r<^iuLMx.èi 

K'ocD jiifl» Klajca njnao .K^iijbQ èua mSn KLmlasjssq '>a kIasls 

• • • ^ • • '• 

f^ocoèi r^lÀxa Kl&^aiKlai ''f^.4JiA.Vz. ^oèi eoo» osnso ^\^ .K!julia io 

• • • • • ^^ • 

^^_Ùa ^K'\\^ ocp cfia.i ,\\^ .^rellaiGUB AuACir^'' r^è\JLMz.èi 

• CDèìSOAflO .'OO^OMC CoèlO^AatO '^CI3CUU»0 CflUl Ax. ^tCPAmlTl 

•aoèi coco asojto 3 .K^^cui^kA ^coèJLX^M K'.i.AJdaJiièi oocoo 
•ÌL\^ .f^iuLML^ ne^ocoèi ^i\T\T Alia ^K'^ai^ja •àK'i^ .r^UikJCx. 

oaep ccsjiso co . w^i^ Tn r<^*iftcal ooqa OÀfjjo .*^»l\^ r^iuHa 

^ . ' ' ' \ . .. „ . 

r^^o.iC .k1aV90.i ^aiLicm èua.i K'èii.i t^r<M ooop *^^ii^ ^1 20 

rdXfi .r^ca& T-fi ^^.^cìcor^ vyr^ .r<^\ coLk.i ff<iia.iso cuocp.i 

t Lag. Rei. p. n\ 1. 14 » + ^cucp "^ om. *^ .^«i=a-v^ ** co^^t^sn 
e ^\x. ^ f + ^009 8 +^qm^ ^009 I* cnaeaio ' CD^c^as A^o 

i WTticD -^ì^a» Rei. p. aù ^ ^ì>AO'à^^=a:> • Rei. Cod. yi^ismi •" + oocd 

?U1 OA 

Qpn\\ i ft ^^ reli^.i IV^ «..^Ìm JLajl aau3.i ^V^^*w^ 

kA.i clA^ r^f< .L r^\*Si^ t-^n.i K'AuilIi.i ne^èuL-z. 

^. . y%\ \\^ r^U»iord^ ^^,^OAi.*u^èi ^^^oèufA^.! K'èióA^ ^cd 

♦ I^ng. Rcl.|). Ci^ I. 23 » oiyAx. »» t^aEr93Ó=30 5>jLÌ\:>o ivsc-:»o .iAi^^ ^ii^jeao 
« om. «* + t<^Tfin e ^^:> ^ìi^^aca . Rei. p. O ^ Ìivje.:» 

^ -I- «...à^n n!^7( .^JLÌk!\ ^:> Jm=a •:• t^^iTso i^^n:) ^:)S^ :nii2kn=a òotii^^ n!^o 

• ìiu^ •" ^<aiU n ^,\m^ « om. 

KIXk" .'t^OM K'ÌAGUL r^d^K'o /KIaÌJM ^ÌaaJS» >B.laSia^ *^^\« 
^^ ikoXl f^CCB^ KlX .r^ Òf^ ^f^ K'OCDèi ^CflUSlQ f^:Mf^.l 

f-iia .AuK" oa&à Aiièi.i ^^.i ^CD^ iko\ •vyriAK' Aur^ >\pT^ .Afipèi:! ^^oo 

^cb ^>B.TJM ^^^o&M:^ ^.^CuA èuK'o .èur^ r^lxat .t:^.! ^M«f^ 
^^_aAjt&A.i .f^lflocboi tidoLto coco *Ìa^ ^^\¥9ki.i .oa:aa^ 'o3Ì\r^o 15 

f^ .Klu»^ Ìa&s. .ixlim^^èìècn .Klis^i Ìjàx. .Kilt Ìjàx. 20 

» om. 

^ Cod. Rei. -pana Tj 

sisD <^ v\^cA^=a 

J ^cto ^:i 

Rei. p. ^^ 

« . . CD f ii^i:>É.So& 

8 ..&oìvz.^ h ^^^cudn 

I ^S>^ 

J ^^ 

*« gì. «^^^^sai^ m. p. 

1 -ix^o "» ^cnA:^ n 


Cod. e 09 


."U**! 9» 

f^orAf^ .l\\^ t^**V° .^f^ «^.l^ ^S^ .fjilr^ Aajo f^èia!^ vyK' /vA 

• • • ' 


M ^^X «ssoiaO .f^lAMi r^èu^ v^ ^r^oòo .Skr^* r^coXr^.l 

IO AfcAliiii.i f^iJiSklf< .r^A^Jun ^(eiléa * r^LsLl'.vaA ^K"* .^aCuLLsa 

•KIaIjaOI r^Ufloioèi .vO^ AAcoX f^ysn ^CULr^ >CBo!i*f<la Ìa^K^ 
f<àfloicèl.l Auf^ .niu AuK' èur^i^èu al^p ^>i\\\.l ^r^LìU».! r<UAX.O 

r^snill .3^ TJK" KlXo .TaoLaèi r<l\ wi.iJdoi K'ioèiO .^ooi^ne^ lOor.iz.?*' 

m • 

f^i\y\nT\ reii&r^c .Kl»i:sn ii\o\ K'ièio^ ^r^lL^ K"^»^ Ìa\^ r^ 

Rei. p. SA * om. ^ ^'n ^mcanfà^^rn .vwSkósm^ 

e ^ò<b "Tinan t^Ao .^cnl^^ ^ n^A^ati <> + vv^ ^ ^òo9o '' =ui^ 

q j|*\T*TOy ii^Aaii "v^ «=n manu prima 

•^k r<lAÌ£Uto:M9 



K^iièiÀ <^u.i éfìai.1 \\^rì . f^LuuUJsn^ K'cooii r^ >ia ^:^^ryr 

A^.l .V\pn .ft^ 1 1\ pQl K'OCDèì r^dskK'o .K'orAr^ ^ 
.rd&.io\^ ^coo ^coi^ Ìa\^ ^cb ^ .f^èiXip f^l:k.iècn rdl&r^o 


KlAsLC ftlsOASnèì •K'èiSAa ™caÌÀ *..» rd^Jla k!a&.i .rdsoix. 

p *» om. 

t^i&^cu aAdQii f<ll&^ (gì. t^!&os.wr m. p.) t^ccuA ^^ &^ .^:i<ii vy^ 
&^o .^WT ^Ti^i!^ ii<I=3^^ f<ll&^ .n^u&tiSD t^A &wr .t<ui^o t<^Ha 

• • • • 

\x. .Qa^èi ^ ^^^oA r^K" .^iLlr^ r^LlAièi r^dskne^o .v^ia 

5 ^K'èuM «Kllèìta^ K'OCD^ ^r<\o .coA r^l^.i.i A\l*ino .it^Tin r. ioa 
•Wieau mA^K" ^KlUÌJk.l i»^ ne^.irCl4L .r«dA^ èioi f^V\jAl ift^ 
rtdj&r^ .KUe-^ r^dskr^ .Wli¥*go KIXk"^ .it^ì l V r^ccoèì i^ 

rdae&i.! rc'iuS^ K^èuL^s f^U»ci.i ^.i f^U»iCf^ .^^.^ocos ^ff<!2L.i 
oA f<M^\&sn .coi K^ccoèi f^èiicUi.1 f^èAi^SQ.! «ècnrc'o .oi^èuf^ 

15 ^^\\>.i f^ècffuuA •K'iÌjA «ooo^vm^o lOjfkJ.i r^lzjiaX ciA 

K'iìMjj /ft^Tin r^.V3k!kJ3^ ^^OSUMièi KlX.i rtli^r^ .onl ^Afiaièii 
cnT^kin *^in'^ Ausa r^lzjia ^orA Qft.&j.i >ioQf^o .^ccd 

• w^wT^niwr f t^A K glossa ^:»òK3r> manu prima *» t^ÌAiti 
' ^ÒBOV^n «ut^àsi:^ «ut^cu ^«v^oii m. p. ^ otn. ^ Qgo*fci\i*^ 
1 gì. ^n^ m. p. "* od>o " .^^ot<Li<ii » «^óA 
p ^ìuSso Rei p. 'f^^ "1 gì. t^iaisn m. p. ^ 

* W^mo^^AMiio ' ^u&Jov:?) gì. ii^^qvan m. p. 

" ^_ •• ^ • 

.on\nOn\ ^^.i ÌJSone'Au «^vyi kA.i >» .Ì^mK'^ iaèutoi lUr^n 

• K'iutlOK' ^^1^ ^OT èilAS .èuK" K'f^UÌ^ ^.1 K^^YtfflLi, ^f^K" 
eoo .r^èiOM ^ vyaidk.! ociA malAio vysA cqHlà ^ ^^ 

^^.^orua.! ^^Alr^ .Kli^ièi rdiriaOA cèuff^i èux^ qcd .vol&i io 

L r^cò .èuK' f^llX^.l r<so eco 
reA .relA\ lauȏi rd\ .r^i^ rdl '^9\p^ ^ .\f\\t}^ rd\ 15 

•K'AA^^ ^rdiaK" .K'èuxfiflo vvAA.^ r^ocDèì r^ . rtllsl ^ouièi 
•ftl&ftla .nftil Wooo^ r^^ .r^l&cA^A» rdiane" r^laoLL K'ocDèi itA 

* Lag. Rei. p. V> ^* ' ' ** "T?**^ "^ om. *• + ^s» J ^^^1*2090 « ^^^cn 
e ^oiSls^ k caco Rei. p. v\ ^ vy^usscksn ' ^^A&^o i ^^A&^o 

> Cod. ft^nVun 

i,aiè\ ftìTuii eco ^.1 KlULSsiuLsn ^^ *ÌJto.^èiAèi ^^ 
.f^ii.T^.l r^dacLfi» AuAn.i^ CCD ne^èuAs .it^ii flnM^^.i K1iJclb0O 

K'ccal r^LttÀO^^n r^iis^r^ .^.ICOQ r^AiAjj.i po^ x^ .r^èì.T^.l 

l'-'f»»!?, ìfVìV.iAil rr'^aiovV'^l Tf^dOU»! OìOÌaì^ZmI rt^iSttV.l OdUf^ 

.r^MiT^ .^az^ «..i^^.1 tasnsLs •K'èì^^.i K'èusc i^iln oum 

• • • Y • • 

^^oaA èuf^ K'iJba.i i^:^:u ."Uk .f^ia& A^l*^ ^^ooA ^^cuqp 
r^ nv^jiT. .T&.1 ^éo \\*rì «r^li*.!.! r^Lai eco r<SOCUa Aicnl 

èicA.l .Ico K'ilCLuèlTMO K'èiCU.iori.a^JSa ^.1 ^clA A ■ ficb ^ f. 9b 
Kliia^ vyK" v^^\^ •>-^>^^ ^9P t^ :uiA^.l r^!sa2kK'.i .r^èìOune^ 

^^..oocoii Kliftir^ ^n ^ .ne^AiLMl ^èiovAsL ^^fluA&i.i 

- • \ - • • • —- — _ • 

^u\n^io f^Laoàsnxs ^^^oiMK'^ ^ *^^_aicD.i rtli^r^ K'iia^k. 
K'oqaèi .^Htn ^^cb K'èìU^a f<^\ *wi TI ^l 'oA K'iuxJSULèi 

• • • 

.^r^èJiMlrtd ^ifti^gni ."kUiÌoaK' y^T^wn '"Kliir^ .K'ai^H^ 

%a\l ^^èu^.i ^^_aicb r^'ìn^ . r<^\ynV.icp '^^^oorA iur^.i* 

1.1 ^^^CLioiA r^iaUdQ «v^ .°f<i,l ftiftiK^ "i n fi XJSk .èiar^jso 

rtliricUi. ^«V\*wa .^gV^a ÓK" ^iajL ^^^ccDèìOaiioèi 

Il rel:n^.i .^K'èii^ ^•:k..icUO 'coi AiVn K'aGiil ,i\jó' 


" M. B. iu^r-i^aiac. *» .^(h«iiM^ ^cacp:i Rei. ^^ai*^wr ^^ooii:» 

R. p. 8o « leeoni Rei. »* .^cnit:! Rei. « Rei .^oaii:i 

f 9CD Rei. « Ì^M^rux Rei. ** ^Acd:i Rei. < Rei. ^^l&oimSk^ 

i Rei. wr^i=ajjkA^ k g]. ^:i£3n:i t<^ai:n ^\=3 m. p. > WTi^^o 

Lag. Rei. p. i<Ì-. " om. Rei. « ^ i i m «^ t^A Rei. 

o + .t^;£n^^ ^C=>^ ^CDoi^^:« Rei. p vy^ìvsn:t Rei. 

q vy^ì^i t^i\HÌ\iv£n:i Rei. "^ aAio Rei. ^ «^(ti^V^^:! Rei. 

« OMJCTI Rei. ^i^\r^ :> gì. ^ìu^n:) m. p. " Re!. ^^ 

^ Rei. fuerat «^<n^ sed i p. m. Inter versus additum ^ Ji^an Rei. 

» M. B. i^:»<iio^ y ^jA^ifio:) .^d»:» Rei. « oni. cjiX . . . ^^^ Rei. 

•• ^Tica Rei. t Rahm. p. 82, 1. 8 ''*' t^^^sa^^ cojcuHo&oai «« ^A^ca 

• • • \^ • 

•Ski< i<Aiasa.*|a caa .rtl\jJMJM r^lLyiao i<AOLj«.*|a.l .KUULM» 

Ìa^ oaiSQCUa ^oA n^oi^ i<ocai «dAsai ^cb ^onjA KIsaxo 
^^cuBAfiEiÀiu.i r^Af^LK" n^*T«^\ .icaJtoJi ..aÉ^aAièeo r^iòp^ r^ijsai 

r^li^K" ..sAi Ajàcd r^li&cb .^i<.*i ^cb aoAi A\*g«^n 
IO ^^.ocfA Aiu.i r€JL^f< .1^^ ^iv^WT 1 ^^.^cb .V\y*we .^ar^ r^3 

èur^dlAia i<.*iJLi f<\n .i<iiz..*i •i<èuL..i«3 r^U»oÌ3 r^JLfkafi^ Kl^ijsa 

• • ^ • • • • 

Av>it..l ^^.oicb ^ox.3 Kloni r^r^ .f<ifUi ^.Vi r^iui^Ji^n 
r^K" .K^iKlÀ i<èJlSQ ^^ocos di.ia^ rdl .*|ii falsali a\^\ e 

*" ' • • • ««.^^ y • 

"•noAi ji.!*!™ reUJLa cnA Aui< ' r^o ^rcliJLsi rdl 

* Rahm. Test. p. 78, 1. 17; I>agarde, Reliquiae Juris Eccles. Antiq. p. <«, 1. 13 
a oi^Lfio^ìisn ^ Rei. VisD^^^ ^A^innan:! <: ^-iao^ 

^ t^M^Tk ^090^^ Rei. « om. ^Cu^ Rei. ^ Rei. ^icniififlCDo 

« Rei. ^oijiusn h ^ixi^^\^ Rei. « Rei. ^ni J om. Rei. 

i( + ^090^^ ^^ki^ ^ ^ns^ Rei. * ó^ *" ^ca!L^ Rei. 


Kl\ AiiJBoAi^ i<iu:k.^20 f^i\^ocia.i o^K" :ìà .%aja 

KLuèuloi^^oiA^ rdat-ASat. KlxJkarai.i iV^oa^i^ A.\y.>vi ^^aa^td^ io 

• • • • \ • 

r<ocb :i^.l rdJAÌr< .^i^MImi ÌaAjl ia90Ìi»i< ^cnlkri.i .r^^.i^. 

> + t<^^ 7111^ .^ìObnH^ 7111^ .t-^livi:^ 7111^ b ^iHt^^a 

e ^cn^S^SD Mos. Borg. ^o]!^Ì\sd «1 ^cno^^^i .^c» ^^I^A^L 

i ^c» t^^^enrfì 1 <s^o t Rah. Test. p. 66, 1. 20 i ii^^c\o-W& 

^ ^A^nao^ 1 om. t^&anfio^^ .^^ "* t^-ìxasa " \*''*^ 

' Cod. 3^:1.1 
D. :i 

f<lAcifi9?Ul o^ 

r^AiUi ^okIa.^» ^-sn »èuir<' r<lAÌ:L f<oa9Ai ^Afl9ifiu& JL^a.! 

A.T2k^ tAÌì!t2^ .ocb K1&1JJ.1 oorilf^ .t^Jli^ÉA f<:so\.i.i .r^èusa^ónca 

f^èu&Mèi :ua.i KlxiX Ìa\^ ^ciA r^a^jaicsQ «.r^iua a\n K'èu^o 
vyr^ ^èuii< ^aJ^^Soso «.^.èuao «..^AiclmK' ^AÀif.ilo ^a^j^Aiii^ 

15 ^Alrt^ ^^.10 ^kdXir^a «r^lsaLLi rt^ì*wa^*i ^cOftèiAK' rt^iuu 
/^AjjiAiAiAia «^^T2Ìi.i "i^AioaImI ^A^^Ai.i •^èuK' ^MifkT^ai 

KUnU rd&fU .»\.l^ f<\^ iCKio^i< .i!k .r<lju.ia r^U»oi.i 
20 .K'A^Qx.vsa rdl.1 rddikiii Txjji ^rdlo .i<Ìa^ i<èv^ rdl.1 .f<\i\*yi 

i\ -I-I »» yi\ «^ ^ t^no S. f. Sa. ^ " ^ 

« ch^oaÌ^t»^ ^ ^^^o 8 om. from *^^i^ to end of chapter III. 

♦ Ralimani, Test D. N. J. X. page 26, line 9. ^ ^ * + .tiiaAa» 

' Cod. 

X5 r<%2sQf^a coAjpxa ^a^^ousq.! ^Aftfdlo KUiiOi^ tin^N r^ióo 

16 «oA vàoi^o caiLk.1 ÌAttu».io .»è\à\ ^iaj\i i^x..*i ^^^o&ìso coso 

17 «tA^*^ f^iii^ f<i*ifi\e :r^LiJt^^ f^^wuW Auft^itit» «aoiii 

18 .^A^^dosn AcujL.i f^n^a\\o .^.lai^ cbA>d\ K^'isLi^^ .^.t^ KlAo 5 
vyju^ >fl^ r^O .009 f^iA^r^Ls ÌjjO^ulAi r^O jiOVk. i^i^ 

»èui< ..K'Aua 0^1 f^i\l^a K'èvIujA i<Ai^i< 71:^ ì^>*gQ\i ^ 

Mt^nA Tn »iui< r^LaAcoSQ.i r^Lsno .r^iAi. »èuoqp icmlÌs »fk\^n\ 

. • • • • 

i<Kl\cLflo r^lfiafk^ t^èuSkAièi .V\^*w.i .^Sb^cxaLa t-fiSfl .itti % 
f. 7b ÌìaiAA K!Xi< . »%iVi^ .1 Klf^O^ÌÀ rt^èia^sn ièuoo9 ruo .^ÌÀOjli 

«l^r^lia èiA ^.Tli< />Uf<da\ »èui< r^Kli. r^idkOJ K'iaL^^ 

• r^iLl.lo f^vi\i "uAtx^V T i n ^A4Jj;pAi.i lAui^ K^K'AiJino . Klfi.i 20 

• KlvMJDD >èuoo9 i<3^Aiainr»o K'Ain^Mi .K'èvAci 'vi\ K'.icbo 
cn^ftn f^o .^cuiika r^o ^|\\i r^o . K'iujOxMao i<.^jjcyiao 
•Ola t^f^ rtlA4JJk>.l f^.v^ t-s^ .^^l^ i<ocai reAi< .r^lsoo*.! 

•f^iOJMAOUa ^l<è\Ì0l< OK"^ ^-'-^ >^ Kl^^ÌC9Q ^'^^ 

Lag. p* 9- ' ^A^:i^^ S. f. 7 b. ^ ^utf»^ e t<ri\-^*i d ^i^Aa 

'^^.l.^èì fdlo .rcliH-ur< t<in\\ ^id^^i vyi^ ^èiaS^^^ 

5 KllÀcb.i ^Airdl ''^ASa.iAi^i vyi< .^Klfi^Ai ^r^l9oo.i:i 'r<liOf<fl9 
^^ ^o .^aXcos «a^Ia ^Aidcnii « ii»rd!A »\iV^i «^01*01 r^!A:i .«^cnuèv»!^ 

^caoAi i<iirLÌjj lèuDOSO .r^caAf< ^Jd9 »AjLmj |è\:i^Oi< •èuK' 
f^Hxr^a .CfUL&l r<l&iS«o K!JQari 'r^èuua.i r^xi:dQa:k\ rt^^iT.i K'Air^.i 

f^\ ■ ^ 1 *è\ijiku» i<Ai^r^ AoèìD ."rt'èuLAA K'èìèuK' r^lTi\\ Pror. Iz. 18 
2o .K'A^Aican r^l^.i^ Kllo i^^iumW KUiaIAo Kl«Dcb . K'èuiioiajLO 

" om. ^«lacfa .... &li 

' Cod. h\ir< 

17 .f^\ r,<\\n ónuJUt 'è\ìfi9i< .'r^Lllvo d\a^ cQ*Hfr^l r<lKl& ^O 

18 òi^Jìx. vv:L.i KlXo . .u,\yga\ oc» ja^^i ftcsó^kA^o «coa^i.! ^iv.o 
80,81 f^i f^o .f^TinX 'èiaonu oi^irdÀ ^o .r<^l\qrt*Sfi\ ^\t^ ^mìXSnMO 

sa *K!ja\if^o r^aa.i ft^f,an\ nf>\vn\ fti.T=L:^ .*'^^^Ofn«.Cki\ 1:^ 

• • • • 

56 falloso ft^ ..fduLuA ^'èuai f^^ vfi9i<D rOè^ cbèuaa 

36 .r^è\*nn\t»n lk«jèv& aifi«a& r^i^\uf< r^lMCua K'.TijèìO .'ctìt oi\ 

• • , •. . 

57 asAujiOrt" «^ e^Kf .colsi .W^i^w tt^fti\Vno r^JLfkOAaao ^iur^lJLoAi '^ 

• . • • • 

as oièuL.o aula A*yi n oai.zA .L^ rdMii»i.i r^litoflLsaio" ."i^ècMLuA 

• • 

ss .Wf<U.\Q9 f^iè\cx^ ila cóèiiai f^r^!\cutoo .it^noV^ ^''òA .aca* 

80 oaA ^.aaa *an»,è\ r^iJsai 'osèOlMi /t^ia^èì K'ciAk' |2a r^!\i»3.l 

• • • • \ • 

lè\i< A^ao K!^iiia °jAaAi4.Aio . coè\a ^ fti \ ^ai.3 caftir^lÀ ^sn 
ProT.xii.4 •• coi^a.! »cr> r<^lA& f^èuiia^ f^Aièuf< .aaAio . ch\\n jAaiisJ 

' oc» f ii\nai^o ^ Solàio Lag. p. 8. * ósccisaA J om. «tf^^ia^ 

* Cod. coLacnu * Cod. ii^ocp 


kAv\Aui ^ oK'^'No .:• •:. K'oAk' AicA y\ \ \\^ r^LìUnn ^aX.i rdl.1 Chap. Ili 

r^U»lOr^la vJ^cnfin.1 r^LuK" i<Ìa^ oiat^io .Deb r^ÌA^ .i<è\èui<.i 

JLi K^ciArt^ Aà ."Ujjr^ f^L»vsQ lèiaiso .000 t^UnULM i<^cur^A3 

\ • • • • • 

^o A^.i ^r^ijsn .:i*ii^.*i 003.10 ^r^Lxin i^icb.i . ft^*w\*^ .1 r^^r^o 

• • • • 

lèuQCDO .i<iAÌ. fiuocp ^|COO.icuiAa caAo .aULSn i^jj^^i^o 

Aik. >^ .i<ÌJSa:kX ^J^oK" t^LtH^r^o .^ooèuB.Mx.èA rtl2u!\^ 

'5 r<èuiÌA^ K'AiiuK'.l .i^èoasaiLa V3Qi<.i r^ll^K" •K'ocal rdlv^J^ 

'^i^n^.l i<iiiì\g rdÀf^lìk ^ ^-^-^ >^ r^i^xL» . .tii\T*gn ciusn 
i^iouftsn rdl 7B.%.2ao .^.T^oJc^ja Qn\\*i.i Ìa\^ icb i<Auii.*iakS« 12 

20 r^ljBu»oi ^^3 f^Aiicx^K'Ai.i f<!j&\i< ^vMf^O .i<èia3^ i<èuiftiii&M 14 
»iaA r^lfloiil 'iiaca^o it^iV \i ^'Acado .goiAiol^ coJCà I^ti \ 16 
•'"caiiiai .Skf^o™ * CTI! u\ cAa ftiijjo .cbi^GafiartA r^.*iAX.o .cbiua le 

III. * ^ H^nàiQ ^ t^IsìfiDo ^ ^o<aS^:i ^ ^cn^cuilsa 

S. f. 6 b. ^ <n^so 1 tCittAo&±3 "» cndusaio 


' - • • Va 

I .ìÌaosAo .^AenajA Aio e ••V3 ..r^ètoann r<lioo^ 'tt_iu»3a.i 
s *.in^^.i »è\OÀfl».i i<iu^.ifO «Iiu:k.iAi vyi^^^i .voÉ..usa ^ir^ 
8 .K'Aiil^ K'AièuK'i cbè\OÀfl» ^9k\yga rdaLa3.i .V^^ .vA rOi< 

^A .oA ^^A&nièiM.i ^AlKlX .Aflux.3 rOooiA ^«^^.^u»» ^t^hui^ 

8 .^cKLX» vyjiOf^^ JUfW »SQa&:i |Coa::3a\Jk& ^ itìì^^Ai f<Ao 

9 .%n^lu KIiHjjkA AAiè\ KAn .cbAua^ Kli^lAiA AÌ.xiè\^ rdlo io 
18 j ^^ «> iw» % rdlo K1M.M1 ^^^coA èujA.i ^AIkA vyiz.o 

II vyAinniftine .kIiHjji^^ K'iuA ^%a^% V^cp'i-sae vA&i» kuHì^oj 
is vSQfC^Aio .vy^t.Q.^ K'vfioL.a 1^ Vjl '"K'Jsno «v^rÀi '»ÀoA>è\ 

vyftf^ ^^^^oèuiK" .^.VSQ ^iniT,! oaxJr^ ^i&lflu.i K^^CLU^i^n 

j VUI^O^ ÓSlSn 1( -H^O 1 ^1 1 VM< 

S. f. 6 a. Lag. p. 7. ' .JUajc:i ^^ 

f^ ■inflffzwr 


• cbAua >iinT..i i<èuDì «ni \^ jj^ ^rdoCULs ^iai^.i > ^^.^ocniLv.1 8f. sb 
ika^o .kIjAXi ft^iW,,! ft^i\y'^\no fOEJdoisi f^%t\mn ^^ 9, 

cbèuAao .f<jk^ejsor^o r^L^xsna rd^^axsna .rdsaA^L:! ^^.^ooiaX 
5 iuao rdocuta ^tao .r^oriÀ iaX ^ta rt\r< .^AlL rdl coAl^ 


a u \ .T-M A&vJo .i<iii^^ r^l».*!^ i<Au2ajjia >AuiAu f^Al 18 

K'rdAÌ^fl» WAcàbculo .eoXff^^ Aax. r^L^fiaSk.! i^ii^o .i^AvaamÌ ^ T ne GO-àJLssbi i<rtl\cuBttJ3 ooèiA^3|^i<o .oaèuaX i<AifV '^ 

15 ^A'iK" ocQO .oaii&èu cbAicA .^orniis .1 r<liAi K'iniao^ .ooiiOÀfl».! aa 
KlaAdk vyK'o .rt^èifti^A A*ii<.i rt^ioAi vyi<o i<iax. vyi< obi Aia 
vyi<o «caosiAiOLSao i<iKl^i "'«^Aa.! Kllli< vyK'o JKl^icutordl S3 
AiK* criT 9^1.1 oob f<Aiasa\.i i<oq3 «^.li rdlo i^Uil^ i^AimÌà 

K^!SA^^ rdl ..ÀsnaÀ.i iCooÌm Aio^o .«lia »1i\^t. Ai\qi .t^ocp 34, as 
20 KL^]\^Ai rdAo cóAuai r^l^ièA «aioAìèì r^o cbèiulOt^ ^^vA 
^^_ociA iiAo :iu03Qii< ft^\y\yn.i i<Kl\^5Lj]D.i .V\y^ .aiAlnxa ae 

b ^AX^nsno <^ om. t^*-ni\v\ ^:i Lag. p. 6. ^ ^*y%%^M^ 
« om. (7311:^^ -^=3^ ^ + |A 8 om. ^m ^ A^^^=> ^ì>jLSkA * + oc» 

S. f. 5 b. i om. miAS^^ t^A^At ^Uar^'iao ^ + ^ocn 1 ^^cfiot^lA » ^.^is»:! 

«J^ ft^iinftiau? 

^Airt' .aièv& >fi\\\>i ftliU».! ^KU^flboa .^f^^ .rOcb f<^ \ v i 5 

^oa ^cb lèia ^o .^lèuAiAio r<^A>ai:da*caa r^^ièì èui<ifèu 

• • ^^^» • • • • 

^èuoq30 .v^ .1j>^AiAi.i •^if.Aio .^oAf<è\ *Ì0i< oK" :i«^è\è\ ''èui^ 

ProT.TiLi r^x^f^ 'iJ:iiio& Jbn i2^ >i^ .r^ieoxuA r^lXf.%ja K^«\J^ \sànf^ 

Aj^lAi f<!\ causo iaXo •AamAiK'o r^jjSttA Ìoa >i^ .vvo^s iS 
s Tt'èvaisi vwi< »nr»a*gn io .Và-AJL .aamo »J*:iaOÀ v\ .""r^ìjjr^ 
8 Aj^ ^.^.^aiK" Aoèv&o vyk^bi»^ A^ ^^^r^ 1a\^o 
4 ^f^è\aièAa&fia\ Àf^'* t^K' ^t^ K'ècndLijA issart'o .vvaA.l rd^oS 
6 f^Aiii^o f^èuiiiai f^è\èui< ^JSQ vyiA^Ai.! /'vy¥^in .^.ioi< 

S. f. 5 a. * ^^-Wi i ^o<p ^ &!Lo 1 ,jnno&o *" t<^Hii^ 

■ -^" 


?U1 Al 

v^ èi*r< .k^^mlLLi 01*1 cul ^.1-if^o^«i*i K^ojasi» vyX 

i<èuHiioi Aaàco ^cn\k ^^o .^«^^oAk" r^ÌM.i r^LiAd:9a.i r^iSiSo^ 
K'ial r^l:sn ^.i ^ia ••xMlAiK' iur^k\:90 ^K" r^llssoiio».! ^Ali^ 
5 i<inM .i€Uila.i .ifoai ^oos r^lfloOMi ^è\ ^ r^litoosais èur^ 
AuK".*! i<icaoi ^o ^i<iBa& ^ .èuKlV^AaLÀ aia r^%h i<ocpAi 
KlX.1 r^iOfl^f^AO .vyLÀJ r^lsb^Ai f^tX.i .jUfiAir^ .i.\jd oud 
IaS^w rdionV\'y .v^ iof^ iafl9f^Ai K'A^'ÌaAa rdlacOQi ^lèiapQ 
•^lA>.l Ajkiutof^ .iOa\n 1^3019 r^lfloOMi ^èia èuf^ r<\h ^i^ 

r^lfloódii lèia ^.1 . r^lfloceoi ^èiai K'iCUtort' ^^_aii< rdl2Ìao 

15 AioldJo ,ft^\ ^^v ft^*«i\, .17^1.1 7B.V1 ^jsn K'aAf^ r^Tsa A!bo.i f. sa 

^.^ecni\^ >jito iur<llf<l2k i<H^i\a\ ^^ociiA flUil&i lèia .200 
•^vyaia ^^_aJi< yxASo^ r^ Aa^c» ^èur^ .^ClL^ ^^i< r^'ìcutor^ 
f^lÌ2U.l rdli< •K'^n^ ^ioiK" ^.l^V\*»l i<Oq3 Kl\ i^V» ^ÓÌÀ 

•ÌjmK'o eoa ^U2aAcnfi«.i ^Alr^ r^ll&có f^lAO .i<iCLfl9r^ ^^^^cb 
KlÌi<o K'èìTAXU KlLsCOQ »\inT.o r^'Kl\ ^_ O^Aà^ »^cA óAii lutt.: 

S. f. 4 b. I-^. p. 5. « + ^ t^fioos^iisan f oacn»^^ t 


r^l ifCDt iuocD .i^oAkiX ÌSìxmX èuf^ K!a^l A.4fkcb Klx^Va 
•r^i^o f^lusb:! ^Alf^ ^ooÌa ^sn amÌi^o .^cb vyK^ :ia:i^Ai 

•^llka ^aSQi^ èuoqp r^r^ 'èufKlnfifl» ^i&ècao f<oi& i^oqpii io 
rdldoa* «SkLioo ^^ocDO .voi^l »In\o ft^i*«VqaJao\ .aioiooo 


'kiXo ,. CIUM ftljjr^è\i wK" K'AicasnoK' .L^ èUf^ jixlA» rdlo 

• • 


Ìa^ vA Klsn .ji4jÌi< f^L&JU»i f^lssi^ ^:i ^^^oA^ ^ .^a 

f^iasnl èuK" r^LaJL ^f^Aimaf^.1 r^UioAi ^^j;^ .f^.ièif.Ai f^&u»i 

• • 

Auf^ •AoK' .^j^ì f^AiiAsnt «.j^o •»coo.i€Uila Tt^^i\i» i^oAk" 

om. oA e f^A S. f. 4 a. ^ + o ^V^^^-^» 

om. ^f^ox^^f^:) 

wni,.!^ ^(&ua^è\ ,V\|^.i /v^ J^A^.i* , toniti èui^ M^Tnn 

»)n\\\.i r^LftMjAo r<^iti\ ^K" ijiitojsao^ •°f<JBJf< iJLaA^ i^o 

Kllf^cb .ft^Tliin >i.ia »axafkftì.so i^A^cufiftA.! i^AfkaStta r^i^ 
èuf^ ,0109 f^ocpA> i<\o 'r^lAiii i<\ va^ì.1 i<i:ua9 «ài^ «s^Ai 
''•ai^ K'DcpA^ rdlo «oA èuf^ i&ftLsn èuocp i<\f^^ .oA ^èia^fiao 
Kll&cb.l ^Airt" rc^Ti\ vy \ ^ K'èuA^ rdl.1 .oxA ^f< yi fti n ^* 

f^A>aiMDl<.l ^rOOKlflff ^K'Al^ Vyl^Hsi ^Kll&f^ .TjAAi f^^ASkS. 

)Bufl9Ìi rdsco:!.! r^idiu».! i^èiov^ KlA^f^o «WAiO^^UL.! f^Ai\Ji:i 

kIuMaco:» "f^iiyN vAi \\^ .èuf^ .iaI. fdxif^ ^ ial.i 
15 >cdcua^Ì4j9A>o .vvJB^Ì.i f^iiki» f^ls9lA>.l ^J^Ax. rdl f^oaAf^3 

•i-A-SUL f^DcQli vwrC coA ^Aea f^oqdi^ f<Ao .oA èia^J^o 

K!a^.i .W^'to .i<oAf<:ì oaèuva ^ iàl »conift\tiiT Aie .v^o^i^.! 
^^ ififtjjAi vye&i .la^Ai ^€o ^^j<o ,f<Tìiin\ i.&4.Ai.i iui^ 


* Om. OÓ9 '^ + «(A ^^ iSdÙBD ^909 ^^L\yf^ C 4. ìu^ 

h om, ft.f<: <A^ »+òf<: S. f. 3b. J t^la^f^Jo 

Lag. p. 4. P &itt^ 

• • • « • 

• ' • • • 

f<\iT?k oo.ifi< K'ocpèìo^ ^Mm1S« ficcai f<li< . aiA^ >^iAiio 
lU 1 1 m r^oail ciAo .1 ft T ruotai ^cuila oaèì^rdlo /Aiisni 5 

•v^Ji^o f^èui&oi '^K'èìioKlA K'uvii^.l'^ rdLxSklf^ èiaS^Ai r^ 
f^AirdJ r^ioia f<iicOQ •ma r^^^Aio cor» ^Jir^ixèì ^ «^j<o 
f^lOia oèurt".! .yi\iL\ i^OaSfl.! ocb ^K'ifV^ i^oArt' ^ vyA^ 

oiAAjjiAi KlXr^ f^icb WAiOJSnK!^ i n\.Ai r^ ^.UK" .Aur^Uza 
Aina:^ ^èvfa^^ Xàa.i ^uj^ .iCLuJLa f^.iGiia .ma icx2Jiè\o %t^!sp 
r^ll&cbi ^.laa f^.ióA i-^^ cb^-iAX. .^i\\Jia i<èiÌ0i< 3A>èiii.i 

vvaL^ ^^,^00001 .cbèi\Ji èuf^ f^Dcp r^.i .V\^*w .i<èu2^ èu^Ai iS 

èuiaèìf^ ^yUi^Va r^lL&f^o .^è\cA ^l.V. .i^k òA * èififtA&èì^K' 
«*^*\^ ^J!9Q iqa rdlf^ .^Ai^ja ^.*U>è\iif^.i K^Ai^i^ icb Aia\ 
vyf^ ^1 ^f^ .^èìCU ^i.*ULO .caxi^isi ik^i^^^f^O ^^a i\:^ \^ 
èu^Lj^ f^o cnisn Muiliii^o aia A«i^ .f^cQ\f<.i rdlij.i f^i.a\^ 20 
f. 4a ^r^ f<rdào^ èui^ *:^^^^-l "Vy^ conLa ^i!i^Air^ ^.1 ^co .aia 

[■ Rubric f^ilaksa^io] ^ o'Vsa^fio ^ A^^^f^n!^ ciin|^ ^\yiT?ii ii\o<po 

Lag. p. 3. <i ^^ki^ «Y^a^^ « ^^^ S. f. ja. ^ ^^or^x^ 

t om. '•«icn ^ + ^^ * «\fiQ|9^a\a\^ sic i 


òkif< .rOijjr^ ^ vy^ f^ocai.i èuK" f<lA> ^r^.i ^.VSQ.I rOcb 
°pa vy^èur^ls icujJ %Jr^.i ior^ r^Ls>^ rdl ..ia^A> r^ ^ÌA>r^ 


• • 

5 ^vOLM .mcifil yJK'.i èuK" r<j3J. rdl .ft^T in rOU^ia v^l 

• tCOAd^i^ OAin^ èuir^ .v^ reU»^M ''Ur^ «^-^^ Kl^K" .^cb 

vy>oi i\j^ f<\i< .«A .Ta;^.! v^i^ K'èiZAa tJi3.i\^*i\ 

• vA JLr^la:aQ.i ocb Aik. f<JL^ia& f<èuio •i^Ji.i^jso vA 

•^^jaif^ i^o ^60 reli.i na^i AfkèiAìio ^miitt Si^ Aa&cd iclmj 
V-v\ «\ \ -^ .^.lAn ;^ onfA^n .i<ocai r^iCDOi.! r^iln.i ftLl^r^ Ch. II 




r^Ai^i\l ^cnlik ^09.1 .V\y'*w : calila ^ >B.tao Kd&r^ .osVAm 
àr^ oa.%suL. ar^ .oaiau» ^èur^ «\r^l.l Ìa^ aoa .^r^ r^Lxàsa ^ 5 

•f^UMJK^a .^os.* ^ii&isno ^,.^i^ ^-ao .rCvLn >iAì. ^>n\T. ^r< 
•àr^3 ^r^ . • ^-^Mr^ ^ t>i\\. yi\ib\ r^icur^a oaf-èi coX^ oca 
KlaaiSi;iiÀ f^ij^ttjL .^KlAdOJKJdao iìjlsqd ^134*» ^^^\ \jior^lai 

• • èdi» ^rdx.CL2a3 f<t»ùSfùsn ocb .r^itoo ^^..^OfA f<Jr^ ^jà^t^ 
.ss iclmJ.! ^iMAjk.1 .^^.^a^ f<Jr< v»r^ »»aia f<ir< ^.1 ^rO^óa 

'^Klia^cb crìn\ *i cbi^ 03^ ^ •ca-VjU.l vyr^ ^oavui ^èui^a 

caaèiD «.Kla^ °oaia,Tao\o "cmi^jnwN.! vyr^ ciia«ia3 osVAm ar< 15 
/f<a^ '^KLsQCUaèia cbJ^r<2aA ''r^oa K!X cdvuì.i ^r^èi^ia .Xi^^*"*^ 

* ^t^jL.m Lag. p. 2. i aisa*nn >< ^^ìsmso * *-^<}^ *" + ocp 



■ i.V..*( 

S r^O r<ÌMÌ>2n.l Kliir^o .oA èur^.i f<ai r^lW Ajl. ^ «dlr^.! 
^A»r^a .^\\\.l f<^nilT,Aui ^^^oAlKlA r^iùtAa ^.lAiL^ ^Alr^3 Matt. 


om.V f^.\;.vn f<\^T.«v re'.ftoàMi >V\tn ^'otaViA èi^rcliaX, aV»^ 

Codex Sangerman, Paris, fonds Syriaque 62, f. i b. Lagarde, p. i. * t<I>lBfion*^ 

I »» om. yiN^N . . . aAa» 

^ ^Las^^ :t^.riAò)im coi^nsÉ.:l ^^awxji ^sn^ìS^o t^coAt^^ t^ìia^ 

Qocio'i^ t^&4\dae;- 09Cd:« ^cu oi : r9)[\lunsa ^^n t tino ^AiAisn cn^o : ^ae*3o 

^À*^ «^^^ ;^<ia\t^7« ^Aafion*:i os>^nT■ .,ca=iA=Mi[o] m'isaTi i^jB^^opc^o 

k^ t^\*nonwo .t^XoaL ^ìia ^co'ii iLJ^ "VA^t^ *«*JS^^ ^^"^^A 


Cod. Harris . k:*.<u4Jl* rf^JSO .r^Au^èur^ r^èOLsni 

f. I b • • 

> V\*w : «,^_i».l r<!jL»2Ì^ KUmÌS. ^ aAidi!\^.i vyr^ re^AAfl9.tA.i 


^.^acnlik KI&aSi^ ^cn^T g ir^òìtxìsn^coo r^iu.iaèi casi ^yVntt.! i 
• n^èuLf^a r^A«:i^.i Tt^&v\y Aoèi r^Jj^ooa . r< \ i^iriT»,! rt!&fk2^ vyr^ 
^ oA .^&A«r^.i ^.Tsaa ^M^opia r^.ieào ^cini .t i V\ .i ^.icooo 

vy r^ KlauLz-ao • r^lj^.l vy r^ rt^^nn fti i^r^ èu&ar^ : r^orAr^ 

vwr^ A \ \ fti^g :KLftava vyr^ n \y on i \jr^a 15 

D. I 



KUiÙuLx. ÌJftL^lèl.l 






lonl^on: C. J. CLAY and SONS, 



I.<i9>ig: F. A. BROCKHAUS. 


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LL.D. (St Andrbws) • 




1903 M> 





IN prcparìng an English translation of the Didascalia Apostolorum from 
the Syriac (the originai Greek being lost), I have been guided by the 
consideration that the studcnt of Ecclesiastical History ought to familiarize 
himself with the ideas and practices of bygone ages, and that it is 
especially useful to us to know by what means the clergy, in the early 
centuries of our era, obtained for themselves, whether for good or evil, 
the unquestioning obedience of Christian people. To this end, the Didas- 
calia Apostolorum must have been a potent instrument. As passages of 
it are quoted by St Epiphanius, who lived in the fourth century, we cannot 
doubt that it is of early date ; but whatever the precise period at which 
it was first promulgated, it evidently carne forth clothed with the supposed 
authority of our Lord's Apostles. When we have got over our initial 
amazement that any body of ecclesiastical rulers should attempt to use 
the names of their predecessors instead of their own, we must acknowledge 
that most of the precepts and practices inculcated are excellent, and well 
worthy of our own consideration ; such as the directions to Bishops as to 
how they are to use the gifts brought to the Church for their own support 
and for the relief of the poor (Ch. Vili.), and those for the reception of 
strangers during Divine service (Ch. XII.). To some minds, no doubt, 
this documcnt, from its early date, will appeal with greater force than to 
others ; and to these I would respectfully suggest that if they consider it 
to be really of Apostolic authority, they ought to adopt its rules in their 
entirety; but that it is not legitimate to accept one and reject another, 
unless that other be proved to be a later interpolation. For instance, 
if implicit obedience is to be given to Bishops (Ch. IX. p. 48), they, the 
Bishops, must be elected by ali the people' (Ch. III. p. io). Some of the 
rules are now, through the progress of civilization, rendered unnecessary 
and obsolete. 

' Mrs Lewis found this custom existing in Cyprus, and was told that it prevails also in many 
parta of Greece. 



I bave endeavoured to translate each Syriac word by an Engb'sb word 
conveying its originai meaning, and to avoid any expression that savours 
of ambiguity. I am glad to see that Professor Nau also translates 

*^J2^ = lepcùv, alone as "priest," and t^xn^irpcafiuTepo^^ which I cali 
" Elder," be calls " vieillard." He bas not condescended to adopt tbe stili 
more appropriate word "ancien," used by bis Protestant countrymen; and 
is obliged, in consequence, stili furtber to explain it by drawing attention 
to tbe fact tbat the persons in question are not laymen (La Didascalie, 
Paris, 1902, note, p. 75). 

Tbe most salient feature of the Didascalia is its exaltation of tbe 
authority of the Bisbops ; yet it is noteworthy that there is no mention 
of the Bisbops of Rome as superior over other Bisbops. So far does tbe 
author go in the claim he makes for them, that M. Nau is impelled to 
introduce a foot-note to the passage at tbe foot of p. 51, to the effect tbat 
" it looks as if tbe author of tbe Didascalia had been a Bishop." Whether 
this were so or not, he had evidently forgotten our Lord's injunction to 
tbe Apostles: *'It sball not be so among you." It is curious how the 
writers of this apocryphal literature loved to take Clement of Rome as 
their imagined author. 

Tbe quotations from the Didascalia in the writings of Epiphanius are 
given by Lagarde in Bunsen's Christianity and Mankind, Voi. HI. pp. 41, 
42. They are as follows (from Migne, as tbe Basle cdition of 1544 is not 
in tbe University Library, and Lagarde's citations from it contain several 

Epipb. adv. baereses, Karà l,€vr)piav&v, p. 170, ed. Basiliensis 1544: 
Migfne (Paris 1858) I. 836. 'AXXà xal ol àiroaToKoL <f>aaiv èv rfj Aiard^ei 
T^ KoKovfiéinj, iri (fìvreia Seov xal d/iireXcùv ^ KadoXiKt) éKKXtfaLa, 

Against tbe Severians. And the Apostles say in the so-called Con- 
stitution, that the planting and vineyard of God is the Catholic Church. 
See p. 2, 11. 9, IO. 

Karà AvSi^avùùp, p. 350, Basii.: Migne II. 356, 357» Ol avTol AvBiapuì 
irapa^ipovat, rifv rtSi/ àiroaroXcùv Aidra^ip .... irepl tov Traoda .... opi^ovai 
yàp èv Tji ain^ Atarafct oi aTróaroXoi ori vfi€i<i firj 'sjrr)<l>l^rfT€, àWà iroieiTC 
irav oi àB€\<t>ol vfiwp oi Ìk Trepirofirj^, ÌAer avT(2v H/^a iroieiTe' xaì ovk 
eÌTraVy^Orav oi àhéK(f>oì vfi(5v oi iv irepiro^f}, àWà, oi ex irepirofirj^, ha hel^taai 
T0Ù9 àirò rrj^ irepiTOfirj^; et? rrjv ^lEiKKkrjaiav fiereXdòprai; àpy^yyovf; ch'ai /a€T* 
èxelvov TOV y^pòpov .... Ylapa rol^ àiroaTÓXoL^ Se rà ^rfròv Bi òfiópoiap éfi<f>€p€Tai, 
«9 iinfiapTvpovai XiyovTe^, ori, Kàp re irXaprfOtSai fiTjBè vfiip ^éXértù .... 
^àaKovai yàp ttJp àrfpVTTpiav (l>ip€ip, fieaa^ópTcùP rdop à^vfitàp. 


Against the Audaeans. The same Audaeans mention the Constitu- 
tion of the Apostles .... about the Passover . . . . for the Apostles defìne 
in that Coristitution that ye reckon not, but observe [it] when your 
brethren from the circumcision do ; do so together with them ; and they 
did not say,"when your brethren in the circumcision," but "those from 
the circumcision/' that they might show that those who had come over 
into the church from the circumcision were leaders after that time ; with 
Apostles this is enjoined for the sake of harmony, as they testify, saying 
that even if they err it is no matter to you .... they say to keep vigil in 
the midst of the feast of unleavened bread. See p. 97, 1. 33. 

Ibid, p. 351 : Migne II. 360, 361. Aéyovat yàp oi avroX d^óaróKoi, in, 
"Orav ÌK€ivoi €v<ù')(&VTaiy vfiei^ vrjarevopTe^ virkp avrwp irevOelre, Ìti iv Tp 
rffiipa T^9 ioprij^ ròv \piaTÒp iaraupùxrav. Kal irav avroì TrevOtùtrt rà 
à^Vfui èaOLovTC^ èv Tri/cplaiv, vfiel^ €V€ù)(€la0€, 

The same Apostles say that when they (i.e, the Jews) feast, do ye 
mourn over them with fasting, because in the day of the feast they crucifìed 
the Christ ; and when they are mourning, eating unleavened bread with 
bitter herbs, do ye feast. See p. 99, 1. 29. 

Et mox: Migne II. 361. Avróiv ÒKovovre^ ép ri} Atara^et, 2tì 'O icaicwv 
iavTov Ttfv "^vxv^ év KvpiaKt), èiriKaraparo^ ioTi r^ 0e^. 

Hearing them in the Constitution, that he who vexeth his soul on 
Sunday is accursed with God. See p. 100, last line. 

lòid,: Migne II. 364. napaTfjpeircu Se 17 ^\L/e/e\rfa'la àye^v rtjv iop'njv 
Tov Hda'xa, rovriari Tr)v €fiSop,dSa Trjv i>piapÀvriv, Kal air avr&v t£v 
àirooTokcùv iv rfi Atarafet, àirò Sevripa^: aalSfiaTCùv, ìirep iarlp dyopaafiò^; 
TOV irpofidrou. 

The Church takes care to keep the feast of the Passover, that is to 
say, the appointed week, and from the Apostles themselves in the Con- 
stitution from the second [day] of the week, when the purchase of the 
lamb takes place. See p. 98, 1. 24. 

Kard 'Aeplovy p. 387, Basii. : Migne II. 512, 513. El Sé koÌ XPV ^i t^^ 
Aiard^eù)^ twp dirocroXcùv XéyeiP, TrcS? ifceì mpL^ovro rerpciBa koI ir pò- 
adfifiarov vtfCTelap Sia iraprò^ X^P^^ TleìrrfìKoaTrj^ ; Kal ircpl r&v Ì( 
ripuepAv TOV llaor^a tfcS? irapar/yèKKovcri fitfSèv oXq>9 Xafifidveiv rj Aprov 
Koi a\Ò9 Kaì vSaro^; JJoLav re '^fiipav cuyetVf irw^ re àirokueiv eh ivKfxó- 
aKovcav KvpiaKì)Vf ff)av€p6v i<m .... Eira Sé el firj irepl rij^ avTrj^ viroffécrews 
TerpdSoov Kaì UpoaaffffdTWv oi avroì diròaroXoi iv r^ AuiTa^€i iXeyov, 
Kaì a\XQ>9 Ìk iravra'XpBev €lxoP'€P diroSei^ai, 2/ieD9 irepì roiirov dKpifim 


Agaìnst Aerius. Is it necessary to quote that of the Constitution 
of the Apostles how there they appointed' Thursday and Friday as a fast 
continually except during Pentecost; and about the six days of the 
Pas§over, how they recommend to partake of nothing whatever but bread 
and ^alt and water? what kind of day to keep, and how to release as 
Sunday dawns, is evident .... afterwards if not about the same subject of 
' Thursdays and Fridays the same Apostles said in the Constitution, we 
could even show otherwise from ali quarters how they write accurately 
about this. See pp. 98, 99. 

Karà yiaaaoKuLP&Vt p. 452, Basii.: Migne II. 765, 768. Kal ir€pl fHv 
oJfv rov yevelov iv rak ^^tarà^eat tcùv dfrooTÓXtùv <l>aaK€i 6 Oelo^ XÓ709 Koi ^ 
SiSacKokla fitf il>0€lpeiv, rovriart fitj rifiveiv rpt^^av yeveiov, firfSè éra^piafi^ 
learaKOfAclaBai (or KaraKoafieurOai), iatit^ {nrep-q^via^ viróSei/yfia StKaMainn]^ 
rrjv irpoaiXevcriv l)(€iv. 

Against the Massalians. About the beard in the Constitutions of 
the Apostles, the Divine word and the Didascalia say, not to destroy it, 
that is to say, not to cut the hairs of the beard, nor to adorn oneself for 
harlotry, nor bave the approach of righteousness as a sign of arrogance. 

See p. 4, 11. 33-35- 

I bave in this translation incorporated or indicated the variants of 
Codex Sangerman and others only when they present anything of value. 
The Syriac student will fìnd ali the variants given in the preceding volume, 
and to the English reader most of them would be of little, or no interest. 
I bave brought my translation to a dose at the end of Chapter XXVI., 
which Professor Nau considers to be its naturai termination (La Didascalia, 
p. 166). 

Perhaps the most valuable part of the text is the multitude of Scriptural 
quotations included in it. As I bave said in the Introduction to the 
previous volume, those from the Old Testament are ali from the Sep- 
tuagint, and I subjoin a list of them. Those from the New Testament 
are, as was to be expected, mostly from the Peshitta, the authorized 
version of the Syrian Church, which has held its own, with hardly any 
variants, for about fìfteen centuries. It is therefore remarkable to find some 
quotations which in their choice of expressions coincide preferably with 
the Old Syriac, and this is more than we should bave expected, considering 
how many times the Didascalia must bave been copied, and how strong 
the tendency would be for each succeeding scribe to supply the quotation 
from the version with which he was familiar. There are also a large 
number of New Testament quotations which coincide neither with the 


Old Syriac nor with the Peshitta. The most probable explanation is 
the conjecture of Lagarde with regard to the Apostolic Constitutions\ 
which are an amplification of the Didascalia, viz. that the immediate source 
from which the author drew was a Gospel Harmony. Professor Nau says 
of the Didascalia "elle parait ignorer TEvangile de S. Jean" {La Didascalie, 
footnote, p. 1 19). Nevertheless it will be seen from our list of quotations 
that there are several which can only be taken from the Fourth Gospel. 
I have endeavoured to classify ali the quotations according to the best of 
my judgment as follows, on p. xiii. 

' Sce LAganlc, Comi. Apost, p. vii (London, i86a). 




Quotations from the Old Testament xiii 

Quotations from the New Testament xvi 

Translation I 

Chapter I. About the simple and naturai Law 2 

Chapter II. That every man should please his Wife alone, etc. ... 3 

Chapter III. The Dottrine about Women, that they please and honour their 

Husbands only 8 

About the Ordination of Dishops io 

About the Election of Elders il 

How it is proper for the Elder to teach fi 

About the Election of Deacons il 

About Catechumens 12 

The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles 12 

From Paul the Apostle about the Times of Frayer 18 

Commandments from the wrìting of Addai the Apostle . . 18 

Chapter IV. What sort of man ought to be chosen for the Bishopric . . 23 

Chapter V. Doctrine and caution for the Bishop 26 

Chapter VI. Also teaches the Bishop, that he judge him that sins, as 

God, &c 28 

[Chapter VII.] . . . . • 34 

The Prayer of Manasseh 38 

Chapter VII. A broad doctrine about the Bishop himself, &c. ... 40 

Chapter Vili. Teaches the same Bishop that he be not luxurious, &c. . 42 

Chaffer IX. Exhortation to the pcoplc that they bring heave offerings of 
prayers and confessions to God, and that they honour the Bishop as 

God, &c 47 

Chapter X. Admonition about false Brethren, &c 54 

Chapter XI. Again, exhortation to Bishops and Deacons, that they govem 

justly, &c 58 

Chapter XII. Commands Bishops to be quiet and humble, &c. The Order 

of the House of God, &c, 65 

D. à 


• • 



Ch AFTER XIII. That no Christian should neglect the assèmbly of the 

Church, &c. . . 67 

Chapter XIV. About Widows 70 

Chapter XV. How it befits Widows to conduct themselves . . 71 
That it is not fìtting for Widows to do anything without the commandment of 

the Bishop 74 

Reproof of rebellious Widows 75 

It is not proper to pray with one who is censured 75 

It is not permitted to a woman to baptize 75 

About the jealousy of false Widows towards one another .... 75 

About the audacity of cursed Widows il 

Chapter XVI. Of the appointment of Deacons and Deaconesses ... 78 

Chapter XVII. It is right that the Bishop should take care of orphans, &c. So 

Those are guilty who take alms when they are not in want ... 80 

Chapter XVIII. Exhortation to Bishops, concerning gifts .... 81 

Those Bishops are culpable who take alms from the guilty ... 82 

Chapter XIX. Exhortation to Bishops to take care of those who are persecuted 84 

Chapter XX. About the Resurrection of the Dead 88 

Chapter XXI. Exhorting every Christian to keep himself from ali evil and 
frivolous conversation, &c. About the Holy Fast. About the Fassion 
and Crucifixion of our Lord. About the fourteenth [day] of the Passover, 
about the Friday of the Fassion, and the Sabbath of the Annunciation 
and the Sunday of the Resurrection. About the moumìng of the Sabbath, 

and the rejoicing of the Christians 92 

Chapter XXII. Commandment about children loi 

Chapter XXIII. About heresies and schisms 102 

Chapter XXIV. That God hath left the Synagogue of the Nation, and hath 
come to the Church of the Gentiles ; and that Satan also hath removed 

from the Jews, and hath come against the Church .... 105 

About Simon Magus, &c. 106 

About the false Apostles 106 

Chapter XXV. Teaches that the Apostles settled the disputations in the 

Church, &c 107 

Chapter XXVI. Showeth that from the first the Apostles turned to the Churches 

of the Gentiles, &a .... no 





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xvi. 8 

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74 a 

XX. 13 



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xxi. 17 

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xxi. 17 


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f. 2ia 

xvi. 26 


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xvi. 34 



67 a note 

xvi. 37 


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xviii. I 

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30 b, 31 a, b 

xxiv. 9 

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f. 39b 




62 b 








36 b 




73 a 



73 b, 74 a note 




57 b 




lob, 29 a 




74 a note 



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II. Samuel. 
xxii. 26 f. 41 a 


IV. 34 .. 
xxi. I 
xxi. 10-16 

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24 b 
24 b, 25 a 

II. Chronicles. 

XXV. 4 
xxxiii. 1-9 ... 
xxxiii. II 

xxxiii. 12 

f. i8b 

24 b 

25 a 
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xiv. 4, 5 ... 

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xxxiv. I 

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li. 4 

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bevili. 15, 




67 b 

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Ixix. 33 

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Ixxiv. 4 

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Ixxiv. 18 

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xc. 4 

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111. 9 

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vi. 14 

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xi. 26 


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xiv. 35 

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xvi. 25 

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xix. 16 

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xix. 18 

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xxiii. 14 

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XXV. 24 

XXVi. 2 

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xxxi. 10-30 

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xxxvii. 1-14 

... f. 61 a 

61 a noie 


xii. 2,3 f. 6ob, 6ia 


l.IO ■.• ••• •.. I.^So 

iv. 9 ... ... ... i6a 


li. 13 (, 6gb noie 

lì. 28 67 b noie 


I. S ••• ••• ••* •• wl a 




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f. 64b 

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f. 75 b noie 



••• ... ... 

f. 72b 


iv. 15 f. 54 b 

Prayer of Manasseh 

f. 25 b, 26 a ' 


(C. signifies Cureton, L. Lewis.) 


V. II aimost ... 

£ I7a 

». \f ... •*. 

72 b 

V. 44 aimost ... 

54 b 

VI. 21 ••• ••• 


** 1 
VII* 2 ••• ••• 


* * 1 
VII. 2 ••• ••• 

42 b 

vii. i6 (Ln losf) 

71 a 

X, 5* (C. lesi) 

71 b 

X. 13 (C. losf) 

54 b 

X. 24« (C. losf) 

74 a 

X. 28» (C. lost) 

59 b 

XI. IS*** •*• 

17 a 

xxiiL 19 aimost 

74 b 

xxiii. 38 aimost (C. lost) 

67 b 

XXV. 35» (0. S. lost] 


59 a 

XXV. 36^ (C. losf) 

59 a 

XXV. 36" (C. lost) 

59 a 

XXV. 38» (C. lost) 

59 a 

xxvii. 25 (C. /i?j/) 

64 a 

ii. 17 (C. losf) ... f. 23 a, 38 b 

il 19 aimost (O. S. losf) ... 63 a 



vi. 40* (C. lost) 
vi. 46 (C. lost) 
X. 16 aimost ... 
xxi. 18, 19 ... 

vili. 20 
X. 9-16 
XV. 8-1 1 

111. 15-17 

V « « 

in. 13 

iv. 26 ... 



f. 6ob 

75 b 





f. 68a 
70 a 
70 a 

f. 23b 

f. 73 b 

^.43 a 

II. Thessalonians. 
111. io... ... ••• ... f. 48b 



Old Syrìac. 

vi. II (C.) 

V. i8 (L. quiU^ C. aimost) 

V. 20 ••• ••• •*• 

V. 2^ .•• ••• ... 

vi. IO (L iost) 
X. 5» (C. ios() 

X. 37 alinosi 

xi. 28(C.) ... 5a,3$b 

XII* 43 *** *** *** 
xi'ì, 44 a/mosì 

xviii. IO (C.) 

xvìii. 17* (C.) 

.. f. 59 b 
17 a 
72 b 

36 a 
43 a 
48 a 
59 b 

70 b, 73 b 

74 b 

75 a 

37 b 


xviii. 18^ 

xix. 4 aimost 

xxvi. 22 aimost (C. Iost) 
xxvi. 23 (C. Iost) 


xii. 42 alfnost (C. Iost) 


vi. yj^ (C. Iost) 

xiii. 5 aimost (C. Iost) 

f. 17 b 
63 a 
63 a 

f. 52 a 

f. 39b 

f. 55 b note 


V. 5» 7 



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9 • •• ... 

mmt ... ••• 

24 aimost ... 

3 ••• ••• 

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i. I (L. tosi) 

i. 3 (L Iost) 

i. 5 (L. Iost) 

i. 6 aimost (L. Iost) 

i. 15 aimost 

ii. 12* aimost 
ix. 2 last clause (C. Iost) 
X. 24* (C. Iost) 

X. 32 aimost 

X. 33 aimost 

xi. 29, 30 aimost 

xii. 30 aimost (L. Iost) 

xii. 31, 32 aimost ... 

xii. 36 aimost 
xii. 45 aimost 
xiii. 16 
xvi. òaltnost ,,, 

xviii. 16* 

xviii. 18 

xviii. 21 aimost 
xviii. 21, 22 aimost ... 




Old Syriac and Peshi^ta. 

f. 14 b 

15 a 
15 a, 42 a 

43 a 

43 a 
41 b, 53 b 

24 a 

36 b 
21 b 

21 b 
50 a 

60 SL note 
23 a 

74 a 
59 a 

59 b, 60 a note 
35 b, 70 b 
44 a, 46 b 

71 b 

71 b 


75 a 

73 b note 
71 b 

37 b 

22 a 
42 a 
42 a 

xix. 5, 6 aimost 

... a 

.. f.69b 

xix. 19 (C.) ... 

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37 a 

XX. 16 ..• 

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xxi. 13 (L. losl) 

... . 


xxi. 46* aimost 

• •• • < 

63 a 

xxii. 32 

... • 1 

y^9i itole 

xxiii. 20, 21, 22 aimost 

74b „ 

xxiv. 12, 13 (C. Iost) 

71 a 

XXV. 35» (C Iost) 

... •! 

59 a 

3«v. 39» (C. Iost) 

... .a 

59 a 

XXV. 46" (C. Iost) 

... •■ 

59 a 

xxvi. I5'(C. Iost) 

... . 1 

.. 63 b 

xxvi. 21' alfnost (C. Iost) .. 

63 a 

xxvi. 41 aimost (C. Iost) 



vii. 6 aimost (C. Iost) 

.. f. 36b 

viii. 37 aimost (C. Iost) 

59 b 

X. 21 (C. Iost) 

». • • 1 

36 a 

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xviii. 7", 6 ••. 

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59 a 

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59 a 

XXV. 39» (C. losf) 

59 a 

XXV. 40 (C Iosi) 


XXV. 41 (C. Iosi) 


XXV. 46 (C. tosi) 


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63 a 

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* This has bec 

ai prìnted by n 

vi. 37 (C. Iosi) 
vi. 4o« (C. losf) 
xii. 48 
xiv. II 
XV. 4, 5» 
xxiii. 34 
xxiii. 34 

VII. 24 

viii. il (abseni) 

xii. 25 (C. losf) 

vili. 21 
X. 44 ... 
XV. I ... 
XV. 5 ... 
XV. 7 ff. 
XV. 13-17 
XV. 18, 19 
XV. 20-29 




11. I 

IX. 7' 

ni. 13 

11. 15 

iv. 8 

XXI. 4, 5 


Colossi A NS. 


I. Peter. 


f. 23b 

22 b 
15 a 

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21 a 

71 hnoie 

f. 43 a naie 
26 b 
60 s, noie 

r. 68a 
70 a 

70 b 

70 b noie 
70 b 

f. 36b 

f. lob 

f. 42a 

f. 37 a 

f. 15 a 

f. 72 a 

Epistlk op Barnadas. 
eh. vj. (Cd. Hilgcnfeld) p. 16 j ^ ^^^^^ 

Gracula Sibyllina. 

eh. iv. 179-183 

187-190 , 

prìnted by misUke on p. cni as Matt. xviii. 11. 

f. 61 a, b 
61 b 



"In the name of the Father Almighty, and of the Eternai Word and f. ib 
only Son, and of the Holy Ghost, one true God. We begin to write the 
Book Didascalia, as the holy Apostlcs of oiir Lord appointed to us, with 
regard to the prcsiding officers of the Holy Church, and the Canons and 
the Laws for believers as they commanded in it. 

We, then, twelve Apostles of the only Son, the Everlasting Word of 
God, our Lord and God and Saviour Jesus the Christ, being assembled 
with one accord in Jerusalem the city of the great King, and with us our 
brother Paul, the Apostle of the Gentiles, and James the Bishop of the 
above-mentioned city, bave established this Didascalia, in which are 
included the Confession and the Creed, and we bave named ali the 
Ordinances, as the ordinances of the heavenly bodies, and thus again the 
Ordinances of the Holy Church. We assert that every one shall stand 
and confess and believe in what has been allotted to him by God ; that 
is to say, the Bishop as a shepherd ; the Elders as teachers ; the Deacons 
as ministers ; the Subdeacons as helpers ; the Lectors as readers ; the 
Singers as psalmists with intelligence and with constancy; and that 
the rest of the populace should be hearers of the words of the Gospel 
according to discipline. When we had completcd and confirmed these 
Canons, we established them in the Church. And now we bave written 
this other Book of doctrine which will enlighten ali the habitable earth, 
and we bave sent it by the hands of Clement our comrade. This which ye 
bear, O Christian Nazarenes, who are beneath the sun [is] that ye may leam 
with diligence and care. He who bears and keeps these commandments 
which are written in this Didascalia, will bave everlasting life, and great 
boldness before the judgment-seat of our Lord Jesus the Christ the Son 
of God, He who taught us about His great mystery. And he who is 
contentious, and doth not keep them, they shall put him out as an opposer 
and quarreller, as it is written that those who do evil things shall go to £ 2a 

D. A 


everlasting tormenta and those who do good things shall inherit everlasting 
life in the kingdom of heaven. 

In it there are twenty'Seven chapters, •• 

lioal €k>n- 

Ap. Ckm. 


f. 3a 

Katt. T. S8 


Teaches ali nun in general about the simple and naturai law, that what 
is hateful to thyself thou shouldest not do to thy neighbour • • • • " 

(Codex Sangerman cf, Lagarde. 

"The Didascalia, or the Catholic Teaching of the Twelve Apostles and holy 
Disciples of our Saviour. 

Chapter I. \About the simple and naturai law^ The planting of God, and 
the holy Vine of His Catholic Church, the chosen people who trust in the simplicity 
of the fear of the Lord, those who by their faith inherit the eternai kingdom, 
those who have received the f)ower and communion of the Holy Ghost, with which 
they are armed and confìrmed in His worship, those who have been partakers in 
the sprinkling of the pure and precious blood of the great God, Jesus the Christ ; 
those who have received boldness to cali God the Almighty * Father,' as heirs and 
partakers with His Son [and] His Beloved ; hear the Teaching of God, ye who hope 
for and expect His promises, according as it was written by order of our Saviour, 
and is in accordance with His glorious commandments ! Take care, ye sons of God, 
and do everything so as to obey God, and in ali things be pleasing to the Lord our 
God. If any man run after iniquity, and opp>ose the will of God, he shall be counted 
by God as an heathen and an evildoer. Y\&t therefore and get far from ali") 

avance and iniquity, that ye nìay covet nothing from any one, for it is 
written in the Law, " Thou shalt not covet anything from thy neighbour, 
neither his field nor his house nor his servant nor his maidservant nor his 
ox nor his ass nor any of his goods, for ali these desires are of the Evil 
One. For he that coveteth his neighbour's wife or his servant or his 
maidservant is already a thief and an adulterer." He is guilty of abomi- 
nation, like a Sodomite, from our Lord and Teacher Jesus the Christ, to 
whom be glory and honour for ever and ever. Amen. As also in the Gospel 
He reneweth and confirmeth and completcth the Ten Commandments 
of the Law. For it is written in the Law, Thou shalt not commit adultery. 
But this I say unto you, as He who spoke in the Law of Moses, thus in 
person I myself say unto you, that every one who looketh at the wife of 
his friend to lust after her, hath already committed adultery with her in 
his heart. Thus he that lusteth is guilty as an adulterer. Also he that 
coveteth the ox or the ass of his neighbour is likely to steal it and 
to lead it away. Again, he that coveteth the field of his neighbour, 
behold, doth he not wish to narrow it at the border, and to contrive 


to buy it to himseir for nothing? Wherefore because of this, murders and 

deaths and condemnations come upon them from God. But to those 

men who are obedient to God there is one simple and valid law, and I 

say that thou shalt not make questions to Christians, this, that whatever 

thou hatest should happen to thyself from another, thou shalt not do to 

another. Thou dost not wish that any one should look at thy wife in an 

evil manner, for her corruption ? do not thou also look at the wife of thy 

neighbour with an evil mind. Thou dost not wish that any one should take 

from thee thy garment? do not thou also take the garment of others. 

Thou dost not wish to be cursed or beaten ? also do not thou do either ^ ^ 

of thcse things to others ; but if any one curseth thee, thou shalt surely it 

bless him, for it is written in the hook of Hhe Psalms', " He that blesseth S^, 9,^ 

shall be blessed, and he that curseth shall be cursed/* and again also f.jb 

in the Gospel it is written, " Bless those that curse you, and do not evil >s*^*- ▼• 

to those that do evil to you ; do good to those that hate you " ; be long- 

suffering and patient, for the Scripture saith, " Do not say, I will repay P«>T«rt« 

to mine enemy evil as he has done to me, but be long-suffering, and the 

Lord will be a helper to thee, and will bring retribution on him that 

hath done thee evil." Again He saith in the Gospel, '* Love them that hate icatt.T.M 

you, pray for them that curse you, and no one shall be an enemy to you." 

Let US look therefore, O beloved, and understand these commandments, 

and keep them, so that we may be the children of light 


Teac/tes every tnan tltat he should please his wife alone, and should not 
adoni himself and be a stumbling-block to women ; that he sltould not love 
idlettess ; tliat he should study t/ie Scriptures of life, and keep awqy from t/te 
scriptures of paganism and from t/te bonds which are in Deuteronomy ; and 
t/tat in t/te bat/ts /te wash not with women, and let him not give his soni to 
t/te tvic/cedness of /tarlots, 

Let US be patient with one another, O servants and sons of God ! Let 
not a man despise his wife, nor behave contemptuously and haughtily 
towards her, but let him be compassionate, and let his hand be liberal in 
giving. Let him please his wife alone, and soothe her with honour; let 
him study to be loved by her alone, and not by any other. Do not adorn Ap. con. i. ^ 
thyself so as to be seen by a strange woman and that she should desire 
thee. If thou, for instance, art constrained by her, and sinnest with her, 

> S. C Numbers. 


death by fìre shali come upon thee by decree from God, even that which is 
everlasting in the cruel and bitter fìre. Thou shait know and understand 
when thou art cruelly tormented. But, if thou doest not this abomination, 
but removest her from thee, and refusest her, in this alone thou hast sinned, 
that by means of thine adornment thou hast caused a woman to be held 
by desire of thee ; for thou hast done this to her so that it has happened 
thus to her because of thee, and that by means of her desire she committeth 
adultery. But thou art not so much under sin, because thou hast not 

9 lusted after her. Mercy from the Lord shall be upon thee because thou 

hast not delivered thy soul unto her, and hast not been persuaded by her 
when she sent unto thee ; not even in thy mind hast thou turned to this 
woman, who was held by desire of thee ; but she suddenly met with thee, 
she was wounded in her mind, and she sent unto thee, but thou like a 
God-fearing man didst refuse her and remove thyself from her and hast 
f. 4A not sinned with her. She in truth was struck in her heart because thou 
art a youth, beautiful and good, and thou didst adorn thyself and make 
her desire thee. And thou art found guilty, that she hath sinned in regard 
to thee; for because of thine adornment it hath thus happened to her. 
But seek from the Lord God, that no sin may be written against thee 
; on her account. If thou wishest to please God, and not men, and hopest 

for life and everlasting rest, do not adorn the beauty of thy nature 
which hath been given to thee by God, but with the humility of n^lect, 
make it poor before man. Thus again also let not the hair of thy head 
grow, nor comb it nor dress it; but shave it, and anoint it not, that it 
may not attract to thee such women as snare or are snared by lust. 
Also wear no beautiful garments nor even put on shoes of lustful and 
contemptible workmanship, nor set signet-rings encased in gold upon thy 
fingers, because that ali these things are works of harlotry, and everything 
that thou doest which is beyond nature. For to thee. a man who believes 
in God, it is not allowed to let the hair on thy head grow, to comb it and 
make it even, which is this voluptuousness of desire, and thou must 
not put it in order and dress it, nor arrange it so as to be beautiful; 
nor must thou destroy the hairs of thy beard, nor the likeness of the nature 
of thy face, nor change it to something outside of what God has created, 
because thou wishest to please men. If thou doest these things, 
thou deprivest thyself of life, and thou art rejected from the presence of 

Ap. Ckm. I. the Lord God. As a man therefore who wishes to please God, be watchfui 
and do nothing like these things, keep away from everything which the 
Lord hates, and do not be wandering and tuming vainly about in market- 


places, seeing the inane spectacles of those who behave themselves in an evil 
manner, but in thy craft and work be Constant and watchful, and wishful to 
do those things that are pleasing to God. Meditate constanti/ in the 
words of the Lord. If then thou art rich and requirest not to work f. 4b 
for thy livelihood, be not wandering and turning inanely about, but 
be Constant at ali times, and bave intercourse with believers and those 
like-minded with thyself, and be instructed along with them in the 
words of iife. But if not, then stay at home, and read in the Law, Ap.Ckm.1. 
and in the Book of the Kings and in the Prophets and in the Gospel 
[which is] the fulness of these things. Kecp far then from ali the books n 
of the heathen. For what hast thou to do with foreign words or with 
false laws or prophccies, which also easily cause young people to wander 
from the Faith ì What then is wanting to thee in the Word of God that 
thou throwest thyself upon these myths of the heathen? If thou wishest 
to read the tales of the fathers, thou hast the Book of the Kings, or of 
wise men and philosophers, thou hast the Prophets, amongst whom thou 
wilt find more wisdom and scripture* than [amongst] the wise men and the 
philosophers because they are the words of God, of one only wise God ; if 
thou desirest songs, thou hast the Psalms of David ; or if the beginning 
of the world, thou hast the Genesis of great Moses ; if law and command- 
ments, thou hast the Book of Exodus of the Lord our God. Therefore 
keep entirely away from ali these foreign things which are contrary 
to them. But nevertheless what thou readest in the law of Deutero- 
nomy, be heedful, that in reading thou readest only in it with 
simplicity. From the precepts and admonitions which are in it keep well 
away, lest thou lead thyself astray, and bind thyself with indissolubleheavy 
chains of burdens. For this reason therefore even if thou read in 
Deuteronomy, in this alone be intelligcnt to know, and glorify God, who 
has delivered us from ali these chains. Let this also be put before thine 
cyes, that thou mayest distinguish and know what is the Law, and what are 
the chains that are in Deuteronomy ; that after the Law had been given to 
those that were in the Law, on account of Deuteronomy they sin ned ali 
these sins in the wilderness. For the Law is in the first place that which f. sa 
the Lord God spake, before the people made the calf and offered the sacri- 
fices of idols, which is the ten Commandments and Statutes ; and after they 
had worshippcd idols He justly put upon them chains as they deserved. 
Thou therefore do not put them on thy heart, for our Saviour came for 
nothing else but to fulfil the Law, and to loosen us from the chains of 

' S. Science. 


Deuteronomy ; for He ioosened from these chaìns, and He cailed thus to 

Kau. zL those who beiieve in Him, and said, " Come unto me ali ye who are weary 

and heavy laden, and I will give you rest" Thou therefore without the 

weight of these burdens read the simpie Law which agrees with the Gospel, 

and again in the Gospel and in the Prophets, also in the Book of the Kings, 

that thou mayest know how many kings were righteous, and were made 

famous by the Lord God in this worid, and rested also in the promises of 

everlasting life. But those kings who turned aside from God, and worshipped 

idols, justly perished cruelly by a decreed judgment, and were cut off from 

the kingdom of God, and instead of rest they were tormented. When therefore 

thou readest these things, thou shalt grow more in the faith and be increased. 

After these things rise and go out to the market-place, and wash in the 

baths for men, and not in those for women, lest, when thou hast stripped and 

shewn the bareness and nakedness of thy body, thou wilt either be hunted 

for or thou wilt constrain* to fall and be hunted by thee; therefore be 

Ap. Ckm. I. watchful against these things and live for God. Learn therefore what the 

ProT.TlLi Holy Word saith in Wisdom, "My son, keep my words, and hide my com- 

mandments within thee. My son, honour the Lord and be strong, and fear 

2 no other but Him ; keep my commandments, and live well, and my law as 

8 the apples of thine eyes, bind them on thy fìngers, and write them on the 

4 tables of thine heart. Say to Wisdom, Thou art my sister, and with under- 

6 standing make thyself acquainted ; that she may keep thee from the 
e strange woman, and the adulteress whose words are flattering ; for from 

7 the window of her house and her lattice she looketh out into the Street, 
f. 5b and at every young man whom she seeth, those who are childish and void 

8 of understanding, who pass in the streets by the side of the corners of the 

9 paths of her house, and who talk in the dark, in the evening and in the 
10 thick darkness of the silence of the night ; then the woman goeth out, and 

in the garb of a harlot she meeteth the young man, and she causeth the 
u hearts of the youths to fly away. She is rebeliious and insolent and prodigai, 
is Her feet rest not in her house but she is now wandering out, and now in 
1' ambush in the Street and in the corners. She catcheth him who is 
M likeminded and kisseth him and maketh her face bold and saith unto him, 
15 * I bave peace-offerings with me, this day I bave paid my vows ; therefore 

I bave come out to meet thee, expecting to see thee, and I bave found thee. 
18 With a carpet bave I spread my bed, and with Egyptian tapestries bave 

17 I covered it ; I bave sprinkled saffron upon my bed, and in my house there 

18 is cinnamon. Come, let us enjoy ourselves with love till the moming, and 

^ S.+another. 


embrace each other with desire. For my lord is not at home, he has gone i* 
a long way off. He has taken a bag of Silver in his band, and he will come ^ 
to his house after many days.' She causeth him to err by the multitude ai 
of her words, by the flattery of her lips and by a vile wink of her eyes 
she draweth him unto her. He goeth after her like an infant, and like an M 
ox that goeth to the slaughter, and like a dog to the chain, and like a stag ss 
which *an arrow pierces* and he fleeth, like a bird into the snare, and 
he knoweth not that he is gone to the death of his soul. Wherefore a* 
hearken unto me, my son, and give ear to the words of my mouth. Incline 26 
not thy heart to her ways, and come not near to the door of her house ; do 2$ 
not wandcr in her paths ; for she hath cast down a multitude of slain, her 
victims are innumerable. The ways of her house are the ways of Sheol, 27 
which go down to the chambers of death. My son, give ear to my wisdom, Pwnr. t. i 
and incline thy mind to my understanding, that my counsel may keep thee, s 
and the knowledge of my lips, which I command thee, because that s 
the lips of an adulteress distil honey, and with her flatteries she sweeteneth 
the palate ; yet the latter end of them is bitterer than wormwood, and 4 
sharper than a two-edged-sword ; for the feet of the foolish* woman bring sf. 6a 
down to the chambers of Sheol those who adhere to her, for there is 
•nothing which goeth before* her heels; she walks not into the land of 
life, for her paths are in error, and are not known. Therefore, my son, $ 
hearken unto me, and decline not from the words of my mouth ; remove 7 
thy way from her, and come not near the door of her house, that thou 8 
give not thy life to others, and thy years to those that bave no mercy; 9 
lest strangers be satisfìed with thy substance, and thy merchandise [pass] io 
to the houses of others ; and in thine old age thou repent thyself, when li 
the flesh of thy body faileth, and thou shalt say, Why did I hate my 12 
correction and my heart reject reproof, and I did not hearken to the voice 13 
of my teachers, nor incline my ears to my monitors? I was very nearly in 1* 
ali evil things." Rut let us not prolong and extend the admonition of our 
doctrine; if we omit anything, you, like wise men, choose from what 
plcaseth you in the holy books, and from the Gospel of God, so that 
ye may be confirmed, and ali these evil things may be removed and 
cast away from you, and ye may be found blameless in everlasting life 
with God. 

* Lit. swallows an arrow. • S. sinful • S. no standing-place for 



The doctrine atout women^ that they pUase and honour their husbands 
only, actively and wisely^ attending with diligetice io the works of their houses, 
and that they wash not with the men nor adom themselves^ and become a 
cause of offence to men nor hunt after t/tetn ; that they he chaste and quiet 
and not quarrel with their husbands. 
Ap. Ckm. I. Again, let the woman be submissive to ber husband, because the head 


of the woman is the man, and the head of the man who walks in the way 

of righteousness is the Christ, after the Lord Almighty our God and the 

Father of the worlds, of this one which exists and of that which is to come, 

Lord of ali breathing things and of ali powers, and His living and Holy 

Spirit, to Whom be glory and honour for ever and ever. Amen. O 

woman I fear thy husband, and revere him, and please him alone ; be 

ready for his service ; stretch out thy hands to wool, and let thy mind be 

''^"w ^^ ^'^ spindlé, as it is said in Wisdom, "Who can find a virtuous woman? 

11 she is more precious than fine stones, which are of great value. The 

is heart of her husband doth trust in her, and treasure is not wanting to her ; 

she is a helper of her husband in ali things ; there is nothing wanting to 

f. 6b is him in his dwelling. She worketh wool and linen with her clever hands ; 

M she furnisheth good things ; like a merchant ship which gathereth ali her 

w riches from afar. She riseth by night, and giveth covering to her house- 

16 hold and work to her handmaids. She looketh to her field, and also buyeth 

17 it, and from the fruit of her hands she planteth a possession. She girdeth 
is her loins with strength, and strengtheneth her arms. She tasteth that it is 
1* good to labour ; her candle goeth not out ali the night. She stretcheth out 
>o her arms with activity, and her hands to the spindle ; she extendeth her 
il right band to the poor, from her fruits she giveth to the needy. The master 

of the house is not anxious, because that ali his household is clothed with 
SI wool above their raiment. She maketh for her husband garments of fine 
ss linen and purple. Her husband is known in the gates, when he sitteth in 
S4 the seat of the elders. She maketh linen in her house, and selleth girdles 
S6 to the merchants. Strength and glory are her raiment, she shall rejoice 
ss on the last day. She openeth her mouth in wisdom. Her tongue speaketh 
^ firmly with intelligence and order ; the ways of her house are strict, she 

eateth not bread in idleness. She openeth her mouth according to 
ss wisdom ; the law of mercy is upon her tongue ; her children shall arìse and 

grow rich, and praise her; she shall rejoice in them in the latter days; also 


hcr husband shall cali her blessed. The multitude of her daughters possess 

great riches. She doeth great things and is exalted above ali women, 

for the woman who feareth the Lord shall be blessed. The fear of the 29 

Lord is (her) glory. Give her of her fruits that are worthy of her lips. so 

She shall be honoured in the gates, and in every place her husband shall 

be honoured. Again, a virtuous wonìan is a crown to her husband." Ye si 

have learnt therefore what praises a chaste woman who loveth her husband 

receiveth from the Lord God, she who is found faithful and desirous of Prov.xii.4 

pleasing God. Therefore, thou, O chaste woman, do not adorn thyself so 

as to please other men, and do not plait the plaits of harlotry, nor wear f. 7 a 

the garments of lasciviousncss, nor put on golden shoes, that thou mayest 

bc like thosc that are such, that thou attract not to thyself those that are 

captivatcd by such things. Evcn if thou sinnest not by this act of 

abomination, ncverthclcss in this thou sinnest, that thou obligcst and 

makest him to lust after thce; and if thou sinnest, thou also hast dcstroyed 

thy lifc from God, and thou art guilty also conccrning the soul of that 

[man]. For again, as thou hast sinned with one, thou hast enervated thy 

soul, and thou wilt be going also after another, as it is said in Wisdom, 

" Whcn the wickcd hath gone into the depths of evil, he despiseth and cner- ^J^^- 

XYlii. 8 

vateth his soul ; ignominy and disgracc shall come upon him." She therefore 
that is thus, whose soul is completely woundcd and is possessed by lust, 
taketh captivc the souls of those who are void of undcrstanding. But let 
US learn also about thesc things as the Holy Word unfolds them in 
Wisdom, for it spcaks thus: " As a ring of gold in a swìne's snout, so is FraT.xl.aa 
beauty to a woman who doeth evil ": and again, "As a worm in wood, so an 41, 
cvil woman destroyeth a man": and again, "A woman void of understand- 
ing and boastful shall be in want of bread and shall not know shame. For 14 
she sitteth in the market-place, at the door of her house on a high seat, and 
she callcth to those who pass on the road and to those who walk in her ways, 10 
and saith, Whoso among you is simple, let him come near to me, and he w 
who is void of understanding, and she saith to him. Come near lovingly to i7 
hidden bread and to stolen waters which are sweet ; and he knoweth not I8 
that strong men have perished with hcr and have been brought to the 
depths of Sheol. But flee, and tarry not in that place ; do not lift thine 
eyes to look at her." And again, " It is better to sit upon a turret of the ptov. xtv. 
roof rather than to dwell with a woman who is garrulous and quarrelsome 
in the middle of the house." Thou therefore who art a Christian, do not 
bc like such women, but if thou wishcst to be faithful, please thy husband 
only, and when thou walkest in the market-place, cover thy head with thy f- 7^ 

D. B 


garment, that by thy veil the greatness of thy beauty may be covered ; 
do not adorn the face of thine eyes, but look down and walk veiled ; be 

Ap. Ckm. L watchful, not to wash in the baths with men. When there are baths for 
women in the city or in the district, a bclicving woman will not wash 
in the baths with men ; for if thou veilcst thy face from strange men by a 
covering of chastity, how then goest thou with strange men to the baths ? 
But if there are no baths for women, and thou art compelled to wash in 
the baths for men and women, this at the least is necessary, that thou 
wash with chastity and modesty and bashfulness and moderation ; not at 
every time nor every day ; nor at noon, but let the time for thee to wash 
be known to thee, at ten o'clock ; for it is required of thec, O believing 
woman, that by every means thou shalt flee from the multitude of vain 

Ap. Con. I. sights of the pride of eye which is in the bath. But thy quarrel with 
every one, especially that with thy husband, cut short and prevent like a 
believing woman, lest thy husband, if he be a heathen, should be offended 
because of thee, and blaspheme God, and thou shouldest receive a woe 

Boin.ii.94 from Him, for woe to thosc through whom the namc of God is blasphemcd 
amongst the Gentiles. Again, if thy husband be a belicver, he is con- 
strained as one who knows the Scriptures, and he will say to thee the word 

ProT. XTT. from Wisdom, that ** it is better to dwell on a turret of the roof rather than 
to dwell with a garrulous and quarrelsome woman in the middle of the 
house." For it is required of women that by a covering of modesty 
and humility they show the fear of God, for the conversion and growth 
f. Sa of the faith of those who are without, of the men and of the women. If we 
bave a little admonishcd and instructed you, our sisters and daughters, our 
members, ye like wise women, seek and choose for yourselves those things 
which are excellent and honoured and without rebuke in the dwelling of 
the world ; learn and know such things by which ye can get to the 
kingdom of our Lord and bave rcst, having already been pleasing to Him 
by good Works. 

Ap. (km. ^Abatit the ordination of Bislwps, Let a Bishop be ordained having 

"' * already been chosen by ali the people, according to the will of the Holy 

Ghost, being blameless, chaste, quiet, humble, not anxious, watchful, not 
loving money, without accusation, not quarrelsome, clcmcnt, who docs not 
talk excessively, a lover of good things (R.* -f a lover of work, a lovcr of 
widows, a lover of orphans), a lover of the poor, cxpert in the mysteries, 

> The remainder of Chap. III. ig absent from Codex Sangemian. 
« Rahmani, Test. D. N.J.C. 


iiot distraught nor wandering together with the world ; who is peaceable 

and a fulfiller of ali good things, like one who is entrusted with the order 

and place of God. It is better that he should be and remain without a wife, Ap. con. 

n. 11. 

and if not, that he be husband of one wife only, that he may sympathize 
with the infirmity of the widows. Let him be of middle age, let him be 
ordained when he is not a boy. Being like this, on the Sunday let him 
reccive the imposition of hands, ali of them taking part in his ordination, 
and hearing witness about him with ali the Elders and with ali the Bishops 
who are near. 

About the election of Elders. Let an Elder be ordained when he has the 
witness of ali the people, like what was said before about the Bishop, wise 
in reading, humblc, gentle, poor, not a lover of money, who has laboured 
much in the scrvices of the weak, who has been proved, and is pure without 
a stain; if he have been a father to the orphans; if he have served the poor ; 
if he have not stayed away from church; who in everything excels in piety ; 
as he has been, let him be worthy in ali things that have been revealed to 
US by God, those that are useful and those that are suitable, as those [men] 
are also wortliy of the gifts of healing. 

Hotv it is proper for the Elder to teach^ also whom, and with experietice. f. 8b 
Let then tlie teachingof the Elder be suitable and apt, gentle and temperate, 
mingled with reverence and fear, in the likeness also of that of the Bishop, 
and in the teaching let them not talk vain things, but let the hcarers when 
they have heard ali keep ali, that the Elder may say, that ali the things 
which he has taught they remember ; for in the day of the Lord the word 
will be required which he will testify to the people, so that those may be 
reproved who have not obeyed ; that he may rise up before the glory of 
the Father. Again, when he speaks the things that he is teaching, thus 
therefore let him teach, so that he may not perish. Let him pray for 
those who hear, that the Lord may give them the sense of the Spirit of 
the knowledge of the truth, that he may not vainly throw pearls before 
swinc, but may prove that they are worthy who have heard and laboured, 
Icst when the' word has not brought forth fruit in them, but has perished, 
he may give account of its perishing. 

About tlie election of Deacons, Let the Deacon be ordained; when he 
has been elected according to what has been already said, if he be of good 
bchaviour, if he be pure, if he have been elected on account of his purity, 
and becausc of his cxcmption from distractions ; if not thus, even if he be 
in wedlock with one wife ; one who is witnessed of by ali the believers, who 
is not entangied in the merchandise of the world, who does not know a 


diaboHcal craft, who has no riches and no sons ; and if he bave sons', it ìs 
also fìtting that they should cultivate the beauty of piety and that they be 
pure, that they may be of those who adorn the Church and the canon of 
service. Let the Church be carcful about them so that some of them 
may abide permancntly in the law and in the care of the service ; should 
he not then fulfii in the church the things that are suitable? Let 
then the service be like this : first, those things that are commanded by 
the Bishop, so that they oniy may be done at the ministration, and of ali 
the clergy he may be the Counsellor and secret of the Church. He who 
f. 9a ministers to the sick, he who ministers to the strangers, who heips the widows, 
and goes round ali the houses of those who are in want; lest there should 
be any one in distress or sickness or in misery he goes round to the houses. 
About Catechumms, How he is to confirm those that are in doubt, 
and instruct those that are ignorant. Men who are dead he is to clothe, 
having adorned them, burying strangers, leading them from their 
dwellings, wayfarers or exiles. For the help of those who are in want 
let him bave much care and let him inform the Church. Hoiv it is fitting 
tluit the children of the Church should be, Let twelve Elders be known in 
]/ the Church, seven Deacons, and fourteen Subdeacons; and let those Widows 
who sit first be thirteen. Let the Deacon who is considered among 
them to be the one who is most diligent and most judicious ; let him be 
chosen to be the rcccivcr of strangers in the house wliich is the inn of 
the Church ; let him be at ali times clad in whitc garmcnts, having only a 
stole upon bis shoulder. In everything he is as the eye of the Church. 
With reverence let him make known what is to be the type of the people 
of piety. 

The teaching of the Twelve Apostles. Behold* ye sons and daughters 
of the Church, in the name of our Lord Jesus the Christ, John, Matthew, 
Peter, and Philip, and Andrew, and Simeon, and James, and Jude the son of 
James; with Nathanael, and Thomas and Bartholomew and Matthia, ali of 
US gathered together by command of our Lord Jesus the Christ our Saviour, 
according as He commanded us, that before ye are ready to divide anything 
by lot, for eparchies, ye shall count the places of the numbers, the authorities 
of the Bishops, the seats of the Elders, the continuai ofTerings of the 
Deacons, the admonitions of the Readers, the blamelessnesses of the 
Widows, and ali the things that are fitting to the foundation and confirm- 

^ Lag. Reliquiaet + tytii if he have a wife. 

* Cod. Harris s and Cod. Mosul. Rejoice, Cod. H'+al] the power of our Lord Jesus the 


ation of the Church, according as they already know the type of heavenly 
things. Let them talee care and keep themselves from ali error, knowing 
that they have an account to gìve in the great day of judgment concerning 
the things that having heard they have not kept They commanded us 
Ho confirm' His words in ali places. It appeared to us therefore, about the f. 9b 
reminding and admonition of the brethren, that as to each one of us our 
Lord revealed as the will of God by means of the Holy Ghost these words 
of remcmbrance, we should command you. John said^ Men, brethren, 
knowing that we are about to give account concerning those things that were 
commanded us, do not accept one another's persons, but if a man thinks 
good to say anything that is not thine', let some one speak adversely to him 
in opposition. It pleased them ali that John should speak first John said^ 
There are two ways, one of life and one of death, but 'the differences are 
many' between these two ways ; for the way of life is this, first, that 
thou shalt love God, Him who has made thee, with ali thy heart, and 
glorify Him who has redeemed thee from death, which is the first com- 
mandment. But secondly, that thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, 
which is the sccond commandmcnt, those on which hang ali the Law and 
the Prophets. Matthew said^ AH those things that thou dost not wish to 
happen to thee, do not thou also do to others. That therefore which thou 
hatest, that shalt thou not do to others. O our brother Peter, teli thou the 
doctrine of these words. Peter said, Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not 
commit adultery. Thou shalt not commit fornication. Thou shalt not 
corrupt boys. Thou shalt not steal. Thou shalt not be a soothsayer. 
Thou shalt not use enchantments. Thou shalt not kill a child at its birth, 
nor after he is born shalt thou kill him. Thou shalt not covet what 
belongs to thy neighbours. Thou shalt not transgress oaths. Thou shalt 
not bear false witness. Thou shalt not say anything wickedly. Thou 
shalt not keep anger in thy heart Thou shalt not be double-minded, nor 
double-tongued, for doubleness of tongue is a snare of death. Thy word 
shall not be vain, nor false. Thou shalt not be avaricious nor rapacious. 
Thou shalt not be a respecter of persons, nor evil-minded, nor be a 
boaster, nor shalt thou receive evil^ about thy neighbour; neither shalt 
thou hate any one, but thou shalt reprove some, and have compassion 
on others, pray for some, love others more than thyself. Andrew 
sdid, My son, flee from ali evil, and from ali that resembles it; be not 
angry, for anger leads on to murder, for anger is a masculine demon. f. io a 
Be not jealous, but peaccful ; nor quarrelsome, nor irritable ; for from these 

1 Cod. M. to send. ' S. suiuble. 

' Cod. M. there is a great diflerence, * Rei. + counsel. 


things arises murder. Philip said, My son, be not lìcentious,. for lust 
leadeth to fornication, and attracts men towards it, for lust is a feminine 
demon. One with anger, the other with mirth, they destroy those into 
whom they enter ; for the way of an evil spirit is a sin of the soul, and 
when it has got a little entrance, it enlarges ìt as itself, and brings that souf 
to ali evil things, and does not allow the man to look and see the truth. 
Let there be a measure for your wrath, rule it for a little time and repress 
it, lest it throw you into an evil deed. For anger is an evil enjoyment, 
[such as] when they remain with a man for a long season, become demons, 
and when a man allows them, they swell up in his soul, and become 
greater and lead him to the works of iniquity, also they laugh at him 
and enjoy themselves in the destruction of the man. Simon the Zealot 
said^ My son, be not a necromancer, for this will lead thee to the worship 
of idols ; nor an enchanter, nor onc who teaches extraneous and heathenish 
dottrine, nor an augur, nor even seek to know these things ; from ali these 
things Comes the worship of idols. James said^ My son, speak not foul 
and silly words, for these take one far from God, and be not haughty 
of eye, for every one that is haughty of eye falleth before God. Do not 
covet the wife of thy friend ; do not love sodomy ; from these things come 
adulteries and the wrath of God. Nathanael said, My son, be not false, for 
falsehood leads to theft, nor be a lover of money, nor vainglorious; from ali 
these things come thefts. My son, be not a murmurcr, for murmuring 
f. lob brings blasphemy, and be not proud^ nor arrogant, nor a contriver of evil 
things, for from ali these things come blasphemies. Therefore be meek 
and humble, for the meek and humble shall inherit the kingdom of 
Heaven ; but be long sufTering and merciful, a peace-maker, pure in heart 
from ali evil, innocent, quiet, and gentle; it is good that thou shouldest 
attend and tremble at the words which thou hast heard. Do not exalt' 
thyself, nor set thyself with the proud, but with the rightcous, and have 
intercourse with the poor; and the events that happen to thee receive 
as good things, knowing that without God nothing happens. T/iomas 
said, My son, he who speaks the Word of God, and is the cause of life 
to thee, and gives thee the seal that is in the Christ; love him as the 
appiè of the eye ; remember him then by night and by day ; honour him 
moreover as of God, for where the Godhead' is spoken of, there is the 
Lord. Thou shalt seek then his face daily ; also the other Saints, that thou 
mayest be soothed by their words ; for thou being joined to the Saints, art 
sanctified. Thou shalt honour him then as thou art able, by thy sweat 
and by the labour of thy hands. For if through him the Lord has 

^ C. neh. * C. love. * Ut. Lordship. 


honoured thce by giving thee spiritual food and the water of everlasting 
life, much more must thou oflfer him perishable and temporal food, 
for the labourer ìs worthy of his hire. The ox that grinds thou shalt 
not muzzle ; and no one planteth a vineyard, and eateth not of its 
fruit Jude tlie son of James^ said^ My son, do not make schisms ; cairn 
those who are quarrclling, and judge righteously. Be no respecter of 
persons in reproving a man who is in fault, for riches can have no power 
with the Lord, nor does the Lord give more honour to dignities, nor has 
beauty any advantage, but there is equality of ali these things with 
Him. In thy prayer do not doubt which of them shall be yea,or nay. 
Let it not be that thou shouldcst stretch out thine hand in order to 
receive, whilst* the hand that gìveth thou contractest*. If there be [aught] f. uà 
in thy hands, give the redcmption of thy sins, and do not hesitate 
to give, nor when thou givest murmur and teli. Know then who is the 
good payer of thy reward. Turn not thy face from the needy ; share with 
thy brothcr in ali things, and say not that they are thine own, for if 
yc are sharers in immortai things how much more in those that are 
perishable ? Bartholoniew said^ We then persuade you, my brcthren, that 
while it is yet time, and whilst ye have among you some of the things 
by which ye work, ye should not spare yourselves in^anything whatever 
of what ye have, for the day of the Lord is at hand in which ali these 
things will be destroyed together with the Wicked One. For our Lord 
shall come, and His reward with Him. To yourselves then be lawgivers ; 
be good counsellors of yourselves, taught of God. Keep these things that 
thou hast rcceivcd, not adding to them, and also not diminishing from them. 
Matthia^ said about tlie Readers, Let a Reader be appointed, having 
first bccn provcd by many probations, not a talkative man, not a drunkard, 
not a speaker of laughable things ; of good manner, of good disposition, 
persuadable, of good will ; who in the Lord's congregations on Sundays 
runs first, good at hearing, and as a maker of narratives; who knows that 
he takes the place of an Evangelist. 

Cod. Harris 2. Peter said^ Brethren, other things conceming admonition the 
Scriptures tcach, but let us command and tcach the things that we have been 

Ali of them said, Let Peter speak. 

Peter said^ If there be (M + few people in a place,) and not many (M + such as 
can make choice about a Bishop, nearly twelve men, let them write to those 
Churchcs that are near, where there is a Church founded, so that from thence 

* C.M. +Cephas. ' C. with the hand that giveth thou castest lots. 

' In the Mosul Codex this speech is given to James, and comes somewhat later, aAer that of 
John, p. 16. 


may come three chosen and trìed men, to prove him who is worthy ; if he be a 
man who has a good report from the Gentiles ; if he be without sin, if he be not 
irascible, if he be a lover of the poor, if he be chaste, if he be not a drunkard, nor a 
fomicator, not avaricious, nor a calumniator, nor a respecter of persons, nor anything 
like these. It is a good thing if he bave no wife, or if not, that he bave one wife ; 
who is a sharer in discipline, who is able to explain the Scriptures, but if he know 
not letters, let him be meek and humble, and in love to ali men let him abound, 
lest he be reproved about anything by the masses, let him be a Bishop. 

John saidy Let the Bishop who is appointed, knowing the diligence and the 
love of God, and those who are with him, appoint two Elders, those whom he 
has proven. 

AH of them objected to this, and said, Not two, but three, for there are twenty- 
four Elders, twelve on the right band and twelve on the left. 

John saidf Well do ye remember, my Brethren, for those on the right band 
are those who having received (M. + the vials) from the Archangels instcad of a 
reward, which they offer to the Lord, but those on the left rule over many angels. 
It is right that there should be Elders, those who formerly were for some time removcd 
from the world, and in some way removed from intercourse with women, good at giving 
to the brethren, who do not accept any man's person, sons of the Mystery of the 
Bishop, and bis assistants in gathering the people together, who act promptly with 
the Pastor and serve him. Let the Elders who are on the right bave the care of 
those who labour at the aitar, so that they may give honour and blame, and may 
reprove in what is necessary. But let the Elders who are at the left bave the care 
of the multitude of the people, so that there be good administration without tumult, 
they having leamt beforehand to conduct themselves with ali submission. But if 
a man, having been admonished, give an answer (M. rebelliously), those who are 
at the aitar, being of one opinion, shall judge him that is such with one mind, as 
he deserves, so that the others also may fear, lest they accept one anothePs persona, 
and many think evil with the evildoers, and the evil spread like a gangrene, and 
ali be taken captive. 

James said (as Mathia on p. 15). He that fìlls the ears of him that is ignorant 
of what is written is considcred before God. 

Matthew said^ Let three Deacons be appointed, for it is written that in the 
mouth of two or three every word of the I^rd shall be cstablished. \jcX them 
be those who are proved in ali their service, that they may bave witncss from strangers 
and from the congregation, that they are [but once] marricd\ and that thcir children 
are chaste, gcntle, peaceable, not grumblcrs, not double-tongucd, not wrathful, for 
wrath destroyeth a wise man ; not respecters of the pcrsons of the rich, nor oppressing 
the poor; not using much wine, very laborious and inventive in works that are 
hidden and good; inciters, obliging and constraining those of the brethren who bave 
aught to stretch out their hands to give, and let them also be good givers, and com- 
municators, that they may be honoured by the people with ali possible honour and 
reverence, watching carefuUy for those who walk disorderly, dealing tenderly with some 
of them, and persuading others, inciting others with reproof, and others, who show 
complete contempt, excommunicating, knowing that those who are quarrelsome and 
contemptuous, and calumniators, are depraved, opposi ng themselves to the Christ. 

Cephas said^ Let three Widows be appointed, two who shall be continually in 

' Cod. unmarrìed. 


prayer for ali those who are in temptation and in regard to revelations and signs, 
for what is necessary, but one to he continually with the women who are tried by 
sickness, who is good at service, watchful to make known what is required to the 
Elders. [Let them] not be lovers of filthy lucre, not accustomed to much wine, 
so that they may be able to be watchful in the night services of the sick, and in 
any other good works that any one wishes to do, for these things are the first good 
treasures 'that are desirable*. Andrew said^ Let Deacons, doers of good works, go 
round to every place by night and by day, that they may not neglect the poor, 
nor accept the persons of the rich ; let them recognize him who is in straits, and 
deprive him not of the blessings. Let them constrain those who are able to lay up 
for thenisclves treasures in good works, looking forward to the words of our Teacher, 
that yc saw Me hungry, and fed Me not; for those who bave served Jiim well 
and blamclessly, prepare for themselves 'a large place*. 

Philip saidy The laymen shall obey the commands for laymen, being submissive 
to those who serve continually at the aitar. Every one in bis place shall please the 
Lord, not shewing enmity to one another concerning those things that are appointed, 
every one in that wherein he has been called of God. Let not one persuade to 
the course of another, for the angels also, beyond what is appointed to them, do no 
other things. 

Andrew said^ It would be very good, my brethren, that we should appoint 
women as Deaconesses. 

Peter said^ As we bave commanded and appointed ali these things, and arrived 
at this point, let us in truth make known accurately about the offerìngs of the Body 
and Blood. 

John saidj It has escaped you, my brethren, that when our Teacher asked for 
the Bread and the Cup, and blessed them saying, This is my Body and my Blood, 
He did not allow these to remain with us. 

Martha said about Mary, I saw ber laughing between ber teeth joyfully. 

Mary saidy I did not surely laugh, but I remembered the words of our Lord, 
and I rejoiced, for ye know that He said to us before, when He was teaching. He 
that is weak shall be saved by means of the strong. 

Cephas saidj We ought to remember the single things, for it is not fitting for 
women to take the communion with heads uncovered, but having covered their heads. 

James said^ How then can we defìne any service for the women, except only 
some service of strengthening and helping those women who are in want ? 

Philip said, Now, my brethren, let us say this to you, in regard to the participa- 
tion in gifts. He that doeth good works, lays up and prepares good treasures for 
himself, for he who lays up for himself treasures in the kingdom shall be counted 
as a workman (it is written) before God. 

Peter said, These things, my brother, we do not command as necessary from 
the power that we bave over men, but as we bave a commandment from the I-ord, 
our Lord, we persuade you to keep the commandments, not diminishing aught 
from them nor adding aught. 

In the name of our Lord Jesus the Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever. 

The teaching of the Tivelve holy Apostles is finished by the hands of Baltous, 
an odious and lazy servant of the Christ, son of George Moses of the tribe of the 

^ M. of the Lord. ' M. the place of a shepherd. 

D. C 


household of John, from the village of the fortress of the woman, which is beside 
the Convent of Kourkama, an (episcopal) see of Western Syrìa, between the city 
of Mardin and the above-mentioned Convent in the year 1896 in the month of 
July, and to Him be glory, may His mercies be over us for ever. 

From Paul the Apostle atout the Times of Prayer, Institute praycr 
in the morning and at the third hour, and at the sixth hour, and at the 
ninth hour, and in the evening, and when ye go to sleep, that for 
protection, and at the cockcrow : in the morning thanking God who has 
given US Hght, having made the night to pass and brought the day; at 
the third hour because at it our Lord suffered judgment from Filate ; 
f. iib in that of the sixth hour because in it the Christ was crucified, ali created 
things were shaken, trembling at the daring deed which the wicked Jews 
did; He was picrced in His side by a lance, and shed forth blood and 
water ; in that of the ninth hour because when our Lord was crucifìed the 
sun was darkened at mid-day, and the dead arose from their graves; 
created things could not bear to see the ignominy of our Lord ; also He 
gave up His Spirit into the hands of His Father ; in that of the evening 
thanking God, who gave us the night for rest from the labours of the day ; 
in that for protection while ye now slumber the sleep of rest from work ; 
but pray that in sleep and in rest ye leave not this world, and if that should 
happen, the prayer which ye bave prayed will help you in the way that ìs 
everlasting; and at cockcrow, because that is the hour in which announce- 
ment is made to us of the coming of the day, and for the labour of the 
Works of light 

Commandments frotn the writing of Addai the Apostle, 
(i) The Holy Apostles bave therefore decreed, first, that people should 
pray towards the East, because, that as the lightning that flashes from the 
East, and is seen unto the West, thus shall be the coming of the Son of 
Man. By this let us know and understand when we pray, that He shall 
be seen from the East, and towards it we expect Him and we worship Him. 

(2) Again, the Apostles bave decreed, that on Sunday there shall be 
service and reading of the Holy Scriptures, and the Eucharist, because that 
on Sunday the Christ rose from the dead, and on Sunday He ascended 
to Heaven ; on Sunday again He will appear at the end with His holy 

(3) Again, the Apostles bave decreed that on Wcdnesday there shall 
be service, that is to say, the Eucharist, because that on it our Lord 
revealed to His Apostles about His judgment and passion, and crucifixion, 
and death, and resurrection ; and the disciples were in sorrow about this. 

(4) Again, the Apostles bave decreed, that also on Friday at the 


iiinth hour there shall be service, because of what was saicl on Wednesday 
about the Passion of our Saviour; on the Friday it was accomplished, the f. 12 a 
earth quaking and ali creatures crying out, and the lights in the heaven 
were darkened. 

(5) The Apostles have also decreed that there shall be Elders in the 
Church like the holy Priests, the sons of Aaron ; and Deacons, like the 
Lcvites ; and Subdeacons, like those who carried the vessels of the court 
of the sanctuary of the Lord ; and an Overseer who should be leader of 
ali the people, like Aaron the High Priest, chief and leader of ali the 
Levites and priests and of ali the camp. 

(6) The Apostles have also decreed that they should make the day of 
the Epiphany of our Saviour to be the beginning of the yearly feasts, on 
the 6th of January (second Conun) according to the number of the months 
of the Greeks. 

(7) The Apostles have also decreed that forty days before the Passion 
of our Saviour they should fast, and then should keep the day of His 
Passion and the day of His Resurrection, because that also our Lord 
Himsclf, the Lord of the feast, fasted for forty days; also Moses and 
Elias, who wcre clothed with this mystery, fasted for forty days and then 
wère glorified. 

(8) The Apostles have also decreed that at the end of ali the Scriptures 
the Gospel shall be read as the seal of ali the Scriptures, the people rising 
to their feet to bear it; because it is the Message of the Salvation of ali men. 

(9) The Apostles have also decreed that at the end of forty days 
after His Kesurrection, they should make remembrance of His Ascension 
to His glorious Father. 

(io) The Apostles have also decreed that except the Old (Testament) 
and the Prophets, and the Gospel, and the Acts of their own triumphs, 
notliing should be read from the pulpit in the Church. 

(11) The Apostles have also decreed that he who does not know the 
faith of the Church and the ordinances and the laws that^are decreed in it, 
shall not be a leader and commander ; and he who knows them and 
transgresscs them, shall not again serve ; because he is not true in his 
service, but false. 

(12) The Apostles have also decreed that he who swears and is untrue, f. 12 b 
or who bears false witness or goes with wizards and diviners and Chalda^ans, 

and confirms fortunes and nativities, or anything which those who know 
not God hold to ; as if he were a man who knows not God, let him be 
put out of His service, and never again serve in it 


(13) The Apostles bave also decreed that if there be a man who is 
doubtful about bis service and not sure of it, be sball never again serve, 
because tbe Lord of tbe service is not real to bim, and be deceives men ; 

Cf. isaai. but not God, before whom stratagems are not establisbed. 

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(14) Tbe Apostles bave also decreed tbat be wbo lends and takes 
usury, or be wbo uses mercbandise of avarice, sball never again serve, and 
sball not remain in bis service. 

(15) Tbe Apostles bave also decreed tbat be wbo loves tbe Jews like 
Judas Iscariot wbo loved tbem, or tbe beatben, wbo worsbip tbe creatures 
instead of tbe Creator, sball not enter among tbem nor serve ; or if be be 
among tbem, tbey sball not allowbim, but be sball be separated from tbem, 
and sball not serve witb tbem. 

(16) Tbe Apostles bave also decreed tbat if tberc bave come a man 
of tbe Jews or of tbe beatben and been mingled witb tbem, and after be bas 
come and bas been received and mingled witb tbem, be bave tumed and 
gone again to tbe sect in wbicb be stood, and again bave come and been 
converted to tbem for tbe second time, be sball not be received again, but 
as tbe sect in wbicb be was at tbe first, tbus tbose tbat know bim sball 
regard bim. 

(17) Tbe Apostles bave also decreed tbat it sball not be lawful for tbe 
ruler to administer tbe affairs of tbe Cburcb witbout tbose wbo serve along 
witb bim, but in tbe counscl of ali he sball command and oversce that 
witb wbicb ali shall be pleased, and not in any way oppressed. 

f. i3a (18) The Apostles bave also decreed tbat ali tbose who go out of tbis 

world in the martyrdom of tbe faith of Jesus the Christ, and in tribulation 
for His Name's sake, of tbem remembrance sball be made on tbe day of 
their murders. 

(19) The Apostles bave also decreed that whilst tbey stand in the 
service of the Cburcb, tbey should recite tbe songs of David every day ; 

Pi.zsdy.1 because of tbis, " I will bless the Lord at ali times, and at ali times His songs 17 are in my mouth," and "in the night I will meditate and say and cause my 
voice to be heard before Thee." 

(20) The Apostles bave also decreed tbat tbose who are void of riches 
and do not run after increase of silver shall be chosen and also presented 
for tbe service of government. 

(21) The Apostles bave also decreed that the priest wbo binds in a 
bap-bazard and unjust manner shall receive punishment justly ; but be 
wbo is bound shall receive the interdict as be who is reasonably bound. 

(22) The Apostles bave also decreed that tbose wbo are accustomed 


to bear judgment, if it be perceived that they are respecters of persons 
condemning the innocent, and acquitting the guilty ; they shall not again 
hear another judgment, and they shall also receive the reproof of their 

(23) The Apostles have also decreed that those who are high-minded 
and lifted up in the haughtiness of pride shall not be presented for service, 
because of this that "he who is haughty anìong nìen is abominable before Jj***^- 
God," for it is also said, " I will repay vengeance on them that exalt Pi.zxzi.a8 

(24) The Apostles have also decreed that the commands of the 
Uishop shall be upon the lilders of the Churches who are in ali the villages, 
that he may be known to be the chief of them ali, that through him they 
may ali bc judgcd, for Samuel also visitcd thus from place to place 

and commandcd. f. ijb 

(25) The Apostles have also decreed that those kings who shall 
become believers in the Christ; it shall be lawful for them to go up and 
stand before the aitar with the Ruler of the Church, because also David and 
those who were like him went up and stood before the aitar of the Lord. 

(26) The Apostles have also decreed that no man shall venture to do 
anything with the authority of the priesthood in unrighteousness and im- 
propriety but in integrity without accusation of partiality. 

(27) The Apostles have also decreed that the bread of the Eucharist 
in the day in which it is cooked shall be Maid on the aitar*, and not after 
some days, which is not lawful. 

Again, a Utile of the Canons of tlie Apostles, and the Fat/ters^ by which 
tlie Church of t/ie Christ is truly bound, To those who in everything 
agree with us in the Orthodox faith, and in the Apostolic laws ; the holy 
Bishops, the glorious Priests, the pure Deacons; and the faithful and 
Christ-loving pcople, with the rest of ali the ecclesiastical order, and the sons 
of the Lord ; who live, that is to say, dwell as strangers in ali the various 
provinces, keeping (themselves) continually in the Lord, Amen... Because, 
therefore, O beloved, we are sons and heirs of the laws, prophetical 
and apostolic, those which command and warn us that continually and 
always we shall learn the way which is straight and good, and that we 
should go in it; we have appointed to you twenty Canons, and they are 

Canon I. A man shall not take a wife, and bis son her daughter. 

IL Nor shall a man take a girl, and bis son the mother of the girl. 

* Cod. consumed as bread. 


III. Nor a man and his son two sisters, or two daughters of a paternal 

IV. Nor two brothers a woman and her daughter. 

V. Also a man shall not talee a woman, and give his daughter to her 

f. 14 a VI. Nor a man a woman, and gJve his daughter to her brother. 

VII. Nor a man a woman, and give his daughter to her father. 
Vili. Nor shall a man take the sister of his wife nor the daughter of 
his sister. 

IX. Nor a man the wife of the brother of his wife. 

X. Nor the wife of a brother or the wife of his son. 

XI. Nor (is) a man bound to the wife of his paternal uncle. 

XII. Nor is the wife of a mother's brother lawful. 

XIII. Nor let a man take the daughter of the brother of his wife. 

XIV. Nor let a man take his godmother from among men for three 

XV. Nor the brothers of that one for two generations. 

XVI. Nor let a man take a (fellow-) sponsor of baptism, nor a man 
who is related to him in race for fìve generations. 

XVII. Nor let an Elder baptize his son according to the flesh, unless 
a reason of death should happen to that child and there be no stranger 
Elder to baptize him. 

XVIII. Nor let a man confirm the espousals of a woman except before 
the Elders and Deacons, and before free persons who are worthy to be 

XIX. And he who espouses a spouse let him not do violence to 
the girl, and let him not see her face until he has fulfilled to her ali 
(things) that are obligatory to the order of Christians, and let the girl 
enter his house. 

XX. It is not lawful for a Christian to give a woman to any kind of 
marriage with a Nestorian or with a people out of our fold, nor to a lieretic, 
nor to those who are strange to us in faith. 

These things we have determined thus and appointed to you as to sons 
and obedient people ; as therefore ye keep them and walk in them, attend 
also to the Canons spoken by the Spirit ; by them ye shall be kept, in this 
world ye shall be blest, and in that which is to come ye shall be saved to 
the kingdom of our Lord and ye sliall have rest, pleasing Him by good 



Tcaches what sort of man it is right to be chosen far i/ie Bishopric^ and 
what like his tuorks slionld be, 

About Bishops bear thus. Of the Pastor who is appointed as a Bishop Ap. con. 
and chief in the Eldership of the Church in ali the assemblies, it is required f/i4b 
that he be without reproof, irreprehensible, that he be far fronì ali cvil things, 
a man who is not less than fifty years (of age) and tlierefore far from the 
veheinent manners of youth, from the desires of the Enemy, and from 
calumny, and from the blasphemy of false brethren which they bring against 
many, because they do not understand the word which is spoken in the 
Gospel, that "every one who speaks an idle word shall give account of 3^ 
it to the Lord in the day of judgment, for by thy words thou shalt be 87 
justifìed, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned/* If it be possible 
let him be a teacher, and if he be illiterate, let him be persuasive and 
wise of speech: let him be advanced in years. If the assembly be small 
and thcrc be not found a man advanced in years, [one] about whom there 
be witnesses that he is wise and suitablc to be appointed Bishop; one being 
found who is a youth, whose companions testify about him, and those who are 
with him, that he is worthy to be appointed to the Bishopric ; he though 
yet a youth shewing the works of age in humility and meekness, if ali men 
testify about him, being proved by ali the people ; thus let him sit in peace, 
because that even King Solomon when twelve years of age, reigned over 
Israel, and Josiah reigned in righteousness when eight years of age ; again 
also Joash, when seven years of age, reigned over Israel ; therefore, this 
man even if he be a youth, yet let him be meek and reverent and 
gentle ; because the Lord God said by Isaiah, " To whom will I look and li. lanri. a 
with [whom] will I rest, but with the gentle and meek who trembleth ^ 
at My words "...Also in the Gospel He saith thus, "Blessed are the Mau.T. 5 
meek, for they shall inherit the earth"; and let him be merciful, for He 
saith in the Gospel, "Blessed are the merciful, for on them shall be mercy"; t 
and again, let him be a peacemaker, for it is said, " Blessed are the peace- 9 f. i5a 
makers, for they shall be called the children of God." Let him be pure 
from ali evil things, and injustice and iniquity, for it is said, " Blessed are Matt. t. 8 
the pure in hcart, for they shall scc God.'' Let him be watchful, and chaste, Ap. Oon. 
and stable, and wellregulated, and let him not be turbulent, nor trespass 


in wine, nor be a calumniator, nor let him be contentious, nor a lover 

of money, nor bave a childisb mind, nor let bim exalt bimself and fall into 

Lukt xiT. tbe condemnation of Satan ; for it is said that, '* every one that exalteth 

bimself sball be abased/' Tbus tbe Bisbop is required to be ; a man wbo 

bas taken one wife, wbo ruletb bis bouse well ; and tbus let bim be proved 

wben be receives tbe laying on of bands, tbat be may sit in tbe place of tbe 

Bisbops, if be be ebaste, and if also bis wife be believing and ebaste, and 

if be bave brougbt up bis cbildren in tbe fear of God, and if be bave 

admonisbed and taugbt tbem, and if tbey reverence and respect bim at 

bome, and if ali of tbem be obedient to bim ; for if bis housebold 

according to tbe flesb oppose bim and do not obey bim, bow sball tbose 

Ap. Oon. wbo are witbout belong to bim and submit to bim ? I^t it also be proved 

tbat be is blameless in tbe afiairs of tbe world, and in bis body, for it is 

Jj^' written ; " See tbat tbere be no blemisb in bim wbo is appointed priest." 

FroT.xT. 1 Let bim be also witbout anger, for tbe Lord batb said tbat anger destroyetb 

ip«t«r It. even tbe wise. Let bim be merciful and gracious and full of love, for tbe 

Lord batb said tbat love sball cover a multitude of sins. Let bis band be 

stretcbed out to give ; let bim love botb orpbans and widows. Let bim 

love tbe poor, and also strangers. Let bim be apt in bis service, and let 

bim be Constant in service. Let bim bumble bimself, and not be asbamed ; 

Ap. Oon. let bim know wbo is most wortby to receive. For if tbere be a widow wbo 

f. iSb possesses augbt, or if sbe be able to provide for berself anytbing tbat is 

necessary for tbe nourisbment of tbe flesb ; and if tbere be anotber wbo is 

not yet a widow and is in want, eitber on account of sickness or tbe educa- 

tion of cbildren, or because of tbe infirmity of tbe flesb, to tbis one ratber 

let bim stretcb out bis band. If tbere be a person, wbo is spendtbrift or 

drunken or lazy, and is constrained in provision for tbe flesb, tbis one is 

not wortby of alms nor even for tbe Cburcb. Tberefore let tbe Bisbop also 

Ap. Oon. not be a respecter of persons, and let bim not be asbamed before the ricb, 

and let bim not please tbem beyond wbat is rigbt, and let bim not despise 

or neglect tbe poor ; let bim not be baugbty towards tbem. Let bim be 

frugai and poor in bis food and drink ; so tbat be can be watcbful in 

admonition and in discipline towards tbose wbo bave no education. Let 

bim not be very designing nor eccentric, nor be luxurious, nor let bim love 

dainties, nor love pleasant viands, and let bim not be irritable, but let bim 

be long-suffering in bis admonition. Let bim be very diligent in bis 

instruction ; let bim be Constant in tbe reading of tbe divine books 

assiduously, tbat be may interpret and explain tbe Scriptures accurately. 

Let bim compare tbe Law and tbe Prophets with tbe Gospel, bow tbat the 


commandments of the Law and the Prophets agree with the Gospel. Before 
ali things then let him be a good discriminator of the Law, and of Deutero- 
nomy, so that he may distinguish and shew what is the law of believers, 
and what are the chaìns of the unbelievers ; lest any man of those who are 
under thy hand should take the chains to be the Law, and should put heavy 
burdens upon his soul, and should become a son of perdition. Be therefore f. i6a 
diligent and careful about the Word, O Bishop, if thou 'canst explain* 
every commandment as it is in the doctrine. 

(Cod. S. in order that by much teaching, thou mayest abundantly nourish and 
water thy people, for it is written in Wisdom, "Take care of the herb of the field, Pror. 
and shear thy flock; and gather the grass of summer, that there may be sheep for thy !?^* ^ 
clothing. Take care and attend to thy flock, so that thou mayest bave lambs.** There- 
fore let not the IJishop love filthy lucrc, especially not from the heathen ; let him be 
oppressed and not be an oppressor, and let him not love riches, and let him not 
nuirmur at any one, and do not let him bear false witness, nor be wrathful, nor let 
him love disputes, nor let him love rule ; let him not be double-minded, nor doublé- 
tongued; and let him not love to incline bis ear to the words of an accuser and a 
murmurer, and let him not be a respecter of persons.) 

Let him not love heathen fcasts, nor be led by vain error. Let him Ap. Con. 
not be covetous, nor love money, because ali these things come from 
the operation of demons. Then let the Bishop inquire into ali these things 
and warn the whole world. Let him bc wise and self-denying. Let 
him bc a monitor and a tcachcr in bis doctrine and in the discipline of 
God. Let bis mind be clear, let him be far from ali wicked designs of the 
heathen ; let bis mind be sharp to compare, that he may anticipate and 
know the wicked, and ye may keep yourselves from them. Let him be 
a lover of ali men, being a righteous judge. Everything that is found good 
among men, let these things be in the Bishop ; because when the pastor is 
far from ali evil things, he can also constrain bis disciples, and encourage 
them by bis good manncrs, that they may be imitators of bis good works ; 
as the Lord said in the Twelve Prophets, " let the people be like the Hot, 1t. 9 
priest"; for it is required of you that ye be an example to the people, for 
ye also bave the example of the Christ Therefore be ye also a good 
example to your people. For the Lord has said in Ezekiel the Prophet, 
" The word of the Lord was upon me, saying, Son of man, speak to the Bitidéi 
children of thy people, and say unto them, The land, when I bring a 
sword upon it, and captivity upon the people of this land, and they appoint 
a man from among them and make him a watchman, and he seeth the s 
sword coming upon the land, and he bloweth with the trumpet and warneth 4 

^ Cod. canst not explain. 
D. D 


the people ; and whosoever heareth the sound of the trumpet and taketh 

f. i6b not warning, and the sword cometh and taketh him away, his blood shall 

• be upon his head, because he heard the sound of the trunìpet, and took 

not warning, his blood shall be upon his head, but he that taketh warning 

6 shall deliver his soul. But if the watchman see the sword coniing, and 

blow not the trumpet, and warn not the people, and the sword come 

and take any soul from among them, he shall be taken away in his sins, 

but his blood shall be required at the watchman's hands." Therefore the 

sword is the judgment and the trumpet is the Gospel ; the watchman is 

the Bishop who is appointed over the Church. 


Doctrine and cantion far the Bishop^ that tu should preach abont 
judgment and warn the people^ and remove himself from tlie disobedietit^ 
and judge those who do wrong like God, and not spare those that are 
wicked^ and corrupt tlie people, It is required of thee, therefore, O Bishop, 
that when thou preachest thou shouldst testify and affirm about judgment, 
Biékiéi as in the Gospel, because the Lord hath said also to thee, '* Also thou, O 

— IH wt 

son of man, I have set thee for a watchman unto the house of Israel, that 
thou mayest hear the word at My mouth, and take heed, and preach it as 

8 from Me. When I say unto the wicked, That the wicked shall surely die, 
and thou dost not preach and say, so that the wicked may turn from his 
iniquity, the wicked man shall die in his iniquity, but his blood will I 

9 require at thy hands. But thou, if thou warn the people from its way and 
it be not warned, the wicked shall die in his iniquity, but thou shalt deliver 
thy soul." Therefore ye also, because upon you will fall the accusation 
of those who have sinned without knowing, preach and testify, and those 
who walk without discipline, admonish and reprove them publicly. Though 
we say and repeat these things often, O brethren, let us not be blamed, for 
by a great deal of doctrine and by much hearing it may hapi)en that a 
man is made to blush, and to do good things and avoid evil things. For 

Deut. ▼!. 4 the Lord saith in the Law, " Hear, O Israel," and to this day he has not 

^'^ * heard. Again, in the Gospel he preacheth much and saith, " Every one 

15 that hath ears to hear, let him hear," and they have not heard, even those 

that thought they heard, because they leaned to the evil perdition of the 

Ap. Con. heresies, those on whom the sentence of condemnation will come, for we 

do not believe, brethren, that when a man goeth down to the water, he will 

again do the abominable and impure works of the heathen and the depraved; 


for this is manifest and known to ali men, that every one who doeth evil 

things after having received baptism, is already condemned to the Gehenna 

of fire. We think that even the heathen blaspheme on account of these Ap. con. 

things, because we do not mix with them, nor are we partakers with them ; ^ ^^' 

and by nieans of tlie falseness of the heathen, keep the more, brethren, to 

the truth ; for He saith thus in the Gospel, "Blessed are ye when they iutt.T. u 

shall revile you, and shall say against you every evil word falsely for my 

sake; rejoice then and be glad, for great is your reward in Heaven, for 12 

thus your fathers persecuted the prophcts." Therefore if they blaspheme 

against a man falsely he is blessed, because he is tried by temptations, 

saith the Lord. And the Scripturc saith, A man who is not tried is also 

not proved. For if a man be reproved for doing wicked works, he is not 

a Christian, but is false, and by hypocrisy he has adhered to the worship of 

God. On this account when some of these are detected and reproved in 

truth publicly, let the Bishop reject them, he who is without offence and 

without hypocrisy. If then even his mind be not pure, having respect to Ap. Oon. 

persons on account of filthy lucre, or on account of the presents he has 

received, and he shouid spare him who has sinned wickedly [and] allow him x. 

to remain in the Cliurch, the Bishop who is such pollutes the congregation 

before God, and also before men, and before many of the communicants 

who are young in their minds, or before the hearers; again also he destroys f. 17 b 

those that are young along with himself ; for on account of the wicked 

lasciviousness which they saw in him among them, they also doubt in 

their souls, and imitate him, and they also stumble and are taken by this 

passion and perish with him... .But if he who sinneth see the Bishop 

and the Deacons, that they are free from accusation and that ali the flock 

are pure, in the first place he will not dare to go up to the congregation 

because he is reproved by his mind ; and if it shouid happen that he 

bave courage, and shouid go to the church in his impudence, let him be 

reproved and reprimanded by the Bishop ; he will look at them ali, and 

will not find an offence in one of them, neither in the Bishop, nor 

in those who are with him ; he will blush therefore, and with much 

shame he will go out quickly, weeping, and be in penitence of soul. 

Thus the flock will remain pure. Again, when he has gone out he will 

repent of his sin and weep and be consoied before God, that he may bave 

lìope. Then again, ali the flock, having seen his weeping and his tears, will 

fear, knowing and understanding that every one that sins shall perish. 

Because of this, therefore, O Bishop, strive to be pure in thy works, and Ap. Con. 

u. zi. 

know thy place, that thou art appointed in the semblance of God Almighty, 



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and that thou holdest the place of God Almighty ; thus sit in the Church 
and teach, as one who hath power to judge those that sin, in the place of 
Almighty God ; for to you Bishops it is said in the Gospel, that what ye 
bind on earth shall be bound in Heaven. 

f. i8a 

Ap. Ckm. 
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Ap. Con. 

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Ap. Con. 

n. ziT. 

Pi. IXXlT. 


Also teachis the Bishop, that he judge htm that sins, as God, atul not 
spare hint ; that he receive in love him that repents and pardofi htm, and that 
he adhere not to the passions of the laity^ and shut the door in the face of those 
who repente but according to the greatness of his hotiour he carry the burden 
of ali men's sins ; with demonstration and threatening from Ezekiel^ abotit 
Bishops who despise their jlocks or about laymen wlio contcmn the Bishop, 
Therefore judge severely, O Bishop, like Almighty God, and receive those 
who repent with compassion like God ; and reprove, and beseech and 
teach, for even-the Lord God has promised with oaths pardon to those 
who bave sinned, as Ezekiel the prophet has said, "And thou, son of 
man, say to them of the house of Israel ; Thus ye say, our transgressions 
and our sins are upon us, and in them we pine away ; how should we then 
live? Say unto them, As I live, saith the Lord God, I do not wish the 
death of the sinner, but that the wicked should repent of his evil way and 
live ; repent therefore and turn from your evil deeds, and ye shall not die, 
ye house of Israel." Here therefore he gives hope to those who bave sinned 
when they repent, that they may bave forgiveness in their repentance ; 
and their hope may not be cut off, and that they may not remain in 
their sins, nor add to these ; but that they may repent and weep for 
their sins, and be converted with ali their heart ; and those who bave not 
sinned may remain without sins ; lest these also should bave need of 
weeping and sighings and forgiveness. How knowest thou, O man that 
hath sinned, how many may be the days of thy life in this world that thou 
may est repent, for thou knowest not thy departure from this world ; lest 
thou shouldest die in thy sins and bave no repentance, as it is said in 
David, "In Sheol who confesseth to Thee?'* Therefore every one who 
hath pity on himself and remaineth without sins, may remain without 
danger ; so that the righteousness which was done by him of old may be 
kept for him. Thou therefore, O Bishop, judge thus, first severely, and 
afterwards receive with mercy and clemency [him who] has promised to 
repent, reprove him and make him sorry and persuade him, because of the 
word that was said in David thus, " Thou wilt not give up the soul of him 


that confesseth to Thee." Again, in Jeremiah He saith thus, about the 

repentance of those that sin, " He that falleth, shall he not rise ; or he that J«r- ▼***• * 

turneth away [shall he] not turn back ? Why hath My people turned away 5 

with a shameless turning; they are held fast in their thoughts, and do not 

wish to repent and be converted." Because of this therefore receive him who 

repentcth, not doubting in the least, and be not prevcnted by those who have 

no mercy, those who say, We must not be defiied by those. For the Lord 

God hath said, "The fathers shall not die for the children, nor the children xrw. 4 

for the fathers." And again in Ezekiel he saith thus, "The word of the Lord ^^ ^^* 

carne unto me, saying, Son of man, when a land sinneth against Me, and 

doeth wickedness before Me. I will stretch out My hand against it, and 

1 will destroy from it the staff of bread, and I will send famine upon it, 

and I will destroy from it man and beast. Though these three men were 14 

in it, Noah, and Daniel, and Job, they should deliver their souls by their 

righteousness, saith the Lord God." The Scripture therefore plainly sheweth 

that if the righteous be found with the wicked, he will not perish with him, 

but every man shall live by his righteousness, and if he be prevented, he is 

prevented by his own sins. In Wisdom again He saith, "Every man is bound Prov. ▼. sa 

with the cord of his sins." Every one of the laity therefore shall givc an 

account of his own sin and no man will be hurt because of the foreign 

sins of others. Not even Judas did cause us any loss by praying with f. i9a 

US, but he alone perished. Noah also in the Ark and two of his sons 

who were saved, were blessed ; but Ham, the other, was not blessed ; but 

his seed was cursed, ^because he mocked at his father, for going out to the 

beasts'. We do not require you therefore to confirm* those who delight 

in death, hate their brethren, and love quarrels, for which reason they 

are ready to kill ; but help those who are very sick, and are in danger 

and sin, and deliver them from death, not according to the hardness of 

their heart and their word and 'their thoughts*. For it is not required 

of thee, O Bishop, that being the head thou shouldst listen to the tail, 

that is to say, to the layman, to the quarrelsome man who delights in 

the dcstruction of another; but look thou only at the command of the 

Lord God, and for this reason, that they may not expect to perish, nor be 

defiied with the sins of others. Cut away also their evil thoughts. Even 

in Ezekiel the Lord God saith thus, " The word of the Lord came unto 5?lf* , 

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me, saying. Son of man, why use ye this proverb in the land of Israel, s 
saying. The fathers have eatcn sour grapes, and the children s teeth are set 

' S. for he who carne in as beast went out as beast. 

' S. obey. ' S. the thoughts of men. 


8 on edge. As I live, saith the Lord God, ye shall not use this proverò any 

4 more in Israel, because ali souls are mine ; the soul of the father is mine, 

thus also the soul of the son is mine ; the soul that sinneth, it shall die. 

5,6 ir a man be righteous, and doeth judgment and righteousness, and 

eateth not upon the mountains, and lifteth not up his eyes to the idols 

of the house of Israel, and defìleth not his neighbour's wife, and cometh 

T not near to a woman in her separation, and hath not acted to any one with 

f. 19 b violence, and even returneth the pledge of the debtor which he hath taken, 

8 and clotheth the naked with a garment, and giveth not out his money to 
usury, and taketh not with avaricc, and withdraweth his band from iniquity, 

9 and judgeth true judgment between man and man, and walketh in my laws, 
and doeth my statutes and keepeth tliem ; this is a righteous man, he shall 

10 surely live, saith the Lord God. If he beget an evil son who sheddeth 
blood and doeth murder, and walketh not in the way of his righteous 

11 father, and eateth on the mountains, and defìleth his neighbour's wife, and 
18 oppresseth the poor and needy, robbeth with violence, and returneth not 

the pledge that he hath taken ; lifteth up his eyes to the idols, doeth 
18 iniquity, giveth out his money to usury, and taketh with avance, he shall 

not live, because he hath done ali this iniquity, he shall surely die, and his 
14 blood shall be upon him. Now if he beget a son, and he seeth ali these 

sins that his father hath done, and feareth, and doeth not like unto him ; 
16 and eateth not upon the mountains, and lifteth not up his eyes to the idols 

16 of the house of Israel, and defìleth not his neighbour's wife, and oppresseth 
no man, and taketh no pledge, and robbeth not with violence ; and giveth 

17 his bread to the hungry, and clotheth the naked with a garment, and 
withdraweth his band from iniquity, and taketh not usury and avaricious 
gain, and doeth righteousness, and walketh in My laws, he shall not die in 

18 the iniquity of his father, but he shall surely live. But his father, because 
he hath grievously oppressed, and robbed with violence, and hath not done 

19 good to My people, he shall die in his iniquity. And ye say, Why is not 
the son punished for the iniquity of his father? because the son hath done 
righteousness and mercy, and hath kept ali My commandments and done 

80 them, he shall surely live ; and the soul that sinneth, it shall die. The son 

shall not be recompensed for the sins of his father, and the father shall not 

be recompensed for the sins of his son ; the righteousness of the righteous 

f. 2oa 81 shall be upon him. If the wicked man turn from ali his iniquity that he 

hath done, and keep ali My commandments, and do judgment and right- 

88 eousness, he shall surely live, and shall not die, and ali the iniquity that 
he hath done shall not be remembered unto him, but in the righteousness 


that he hath done shall he live ; because I have no pleasure in the death of 
the sinner, saith the Lord God, but every one that turneth fronì his evil 
way shall live. And if the righteous turn away fronì his righteousness, »* 
and do iniquity, according to ali the iniquity that the wicked man hath 
done, ali his righteousness that he hath done shall not he remembered to 
hiin, but in the iniquity that he hath done, in the sins that he hath sinned 
shall he die. And ye say, His way is not good. Hear, ye house of Israel, a» 
My way is good, but your ways are not good. If the righteous man ae 
turn away from his righteousness, and do iniquity, in the iniquity that 
he hath done shall he die; and if the wicked man turn away from his S7 
iniquity that he hath done, and do judgment and righteousness, he shall 
save his soul, because he hath turned from ali his iniquity, he shall surely m 
live, and shall not die. And ye of the house of Israel say. The way of the 29 
Lord is not good. My way is good, O ye of the house of Israel, but your 
ways are not good. Because of this I will judge every one of you so 
according to his ways, saith the Lord God. Repent, and be converted 
from ali your iniquity and wickedncsscs, and these shall not be an evil 
punishment to you. Cast away and remove from you ali the wickedness si 
that ye have done wickedly, and make you a new heart and a new spirit, 
and ye shall not die, O ye of the house of Israel. For I have no pleasure in 38 
the death of the sinner, saith the Lord God, wherefore turn and live." See, ^p* ^^^""^ 
dear and beloved children, how many are the mercies of the Lord our God, 
and His goodness and clemency towards us. He requireth from thosewho f. 2ob 
have sinned that they repent; and in many places He speaketh about 
these things, and giveth no place to the opinion of those who are hard- 
hearted, and who wish to judge sharply and without mercy, and to cast 
completcly away those who have sinned, as if there were no repentance for 
them. But God is not thus, but He calls even sinners to repentance, and 
gives thcm hope, but those that have not sinned He teaches and says to 
them, that they must not expect that we should bear or share in the sins 
of others. Simply therefore receive those that repent, not doubting. For 
He saith in the Frophet thus, " And thou, Son of man, say unto the children Bwk. 
of thy i>eople, The righteousness of the righteous shall not deliver him in 
the day that he doeth evil, and the avarice of the wicked shall not hurt 
him in the day that he repenteth from his iniquity ; and the righteous 
shall not be able to live in the day that he sinneth. When I say to is 
the righteous that he shall surely live, if he trust to his righteousness, 
and do iniquity, ali his righteousness that he hath done shall not be 
remembered to him, but in the iniquity that he hath done shall he die. 


14 When I say to the wicked that he shall surely die, and he turneth from 

15 his sin, and doeth his righteousness; returneth the pledge which he hath 
taken, and payeth back that which he hath violently robbed, and walketh 
in the statutes and commandments of life that he may not do iniquity ; 

16 he shall surely live and not die, and ali the sins that he hath sinned 
shall not be remenibered unto him ; he hath done judgment and 

IT righteousness, he shall surely live. And the children of thy people say, 

(Cod. Sang. The way of the Lord God is not good. Say unto them, Your 

18 ways are not good. If the righteous turn from his righteousness and do 

19 iniquity, he shall surely die in his iniquity; and if the wicked turn from his 
wickedness and do judgment and righteousness, he shall live thereby)." 

It is required of you, O Bishops, according to the Scriptures, that ye judge 
those who sin with pity and mercy. For him that walketh on the brink of 
a river and falleth, if thou leave him in the river, thou pushest and 
throwest him down and committest murder; or when a man has fallen by 

f. 21 a the side of a river's brink, and nearly perishes, stretch out thy hand to him 
quickly and draw him up that he perish not: thus therefore do, that thy 
people may learn and be wise, and also that he that sinneth, may not perish 

Ap. Con. utterly, but that thou mayest look to him that hath sinned, be angry with 
him, and command them to put him out And when he is put out*, be ye 
not angry* with him, and contend with him, but let them keep him outside 
of the Church, and then let them go in and make supplication for him, for 
even our Saviour made supplication to His Father for those that had 

LuktzzUi. sinned, as it is written in the Gospel, "My Father, they know not what 
they do, nor what they speak, yet, if it be possible, forgive them." Then 
thou, O Bishop, command him to come in, and thyself ask him if he 
repents. If he be worthy to be received into the Church, appoint him days 
of fasting according to his fault, two, or three, or five, or seven weeks, and 
thus allow him to go, saying to him ali that is proper for admonition 
and doctrine. Reprove him, and teli him to be humble-minded, and 
to pray and make supplication in the days of fasting, that he be found 

Qen. tv. T worthy of the forgiveness of sins, as it is written in Genesis, " Thou hast 
sinned, cease. Let thy repentance be with thee, and thou shalt have 
power over it." Look also at Miriam the sister of Moses, when she had 
spoken against Moses, and afterwards she repented, and was thought 

Mombera worthy of forgiveness, it was said by the Lord, " If her father had but spit 
in her face, would she not have been ashamed and separated for seven 
days without the camp, and then she would have come in.^" Thus also 

* S.let them be angry. 


it is required of you to act towards those who promise to repent of their 

sins. Put them out of the Church as it is proper for their faults, and 

afterwards receive them as a merciful Father. If then the Bishop himself f. iib 

cause scandal, how can he rise and search for the sin of any one, or n.xyu. 

reprove for it, and command sentence by his hands ? by rcspect of persons 

or gifts that they receive? either he or his dcacons, whose conscience 

is not clear. They cannot contend in the help of the Bishop, for they fear 

Icst they should hcar as from a courageous man, this word that is 

written in the Gospel, " Why seest thou the straw that is in thy brother's iuti.TU.8 

cyc, but obscrvest not the beam that is in thinc own eye ? Thou hypocrite, » 

take first the beam out of thine eye, and then shalt thou explore clearly to 

take out the Straw from thy brother's eye." Because [of this] therefore the 

Bishop fears the Deacons, lest they bear the word of the Lord from him 

that sinneth as from a courageous man. For he does not know that it 

is dangerous for a man to speak against the Bishop, and in ali that place 

there will be a scandal, for he that hath sinned is wanting in reason, and 

doth also not spare his soul. Because of this therefore for every reason for 

which the Bishop fears, he makes himself as one who does not know him that 

hath sinned, and he passes away from him, and does not reprove nor correct 

him ; and because of this, Satan, when he finds opportunity, will rule by 

means of one, also of others. God forbid that this should be ! and should 

happen thus, that the flock becomes so as it can never again be\ for many 

sinners being found, evil becomes a force, because sinners are not corrected 

and reproved so that they may repent. In every man there is an incitement 

to sin, and it is fulfilled that was said, "My house shall be called a house of ^ !▼*• ^ 

prayer for ali pcoples, but ye bave made it a den of thieves." If then the ^3 

Bishop does not keep silence before them that sin, but reproves and censures f 22 a 

them, and corrects and admonishes and punishes him that hath sinned, 

he also throws fear on others ; for it is required of the Bishop that by 

means of his doctrine he should be a preventer of sins unto death, and an 

exhorter to righteousness, and by the admonition of his doctrine a guide 

to good Works, a glorifier and exalter of good things to come, that 

are promised by God in the place of eternai life; and a preacher also 

of future wrath by the judgment of God, by the threat of cruel fire, 

qucnchless and unbearable. Let him know the effect of the will of God, 

that he may not despise any one, for our Saviour has said, " See that lutt. 

ye despise not any one, not one of these little ones who believe in Me." 

Therefore let the Bishop care for every one : for those who bave not sinned Ap. Oon. 

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that they may remain as they are without sin ; also for those who bave 
sinned, that they may repent, and let him give them pardon for their sins, 
II. iTiu. 6 as it is written in Isaiah that the Lord hath said, *' Loose ali the bands of 
wickedness, and cut ali the burdens of deceit and of oppression." 

[CHAPTER VII. in Cod. S.] 

Therefore, O Bishop, teach, and reprove, and loosen by pardon, and 
know that thy place is that of God Almighty, and thou hast received 

^u'iB power to forgive sins, for it is said to you Bishops, "AH that ye shall bind 
on earth shall be bound in Heaven ; and ali that ye shall loose shall he 
loosed." As therefore thou hast power to loose, know thyself and thy 
conduct and thy works, that in this life they may be (S. worthy) of 
thy place, but there is no man among the sons of men who is without 

Job xiT. 4 sins, for it is written, " There is no man that is pure from the uncleanness 
of sin, no, not one, even if he bave lived only one day in this world." 
Because of this the conversation and the conduct of the works of the 
righteous, and of the first Fathers were written, that it might be known 

f. 22 b that in each one of them was found just a little sin, that it might be 

PMOmU.* known that the Lord God alone is sinless, as David said, "That thou 
mightest be justified in thy sayings and be clear in thy judgments." For 
the uncleanness of the righteous is to ourselves a comfort and a consolation 
and a good hope, that we, though we bave also sinned a little, bave an ex- 
pectation of getting pardon. There is therefore no man without sin. But 
thou, according to thy strength, be diligent that thou be not overtaken in 
aught, and be careful about every one, lest any man should be offended, and 
should perish because of thee ; because the layman is careful of bis own 
soul alone, but thou carriest the weight of every man, and it is a very 

Lnkezii great burden that thou bearest; "for he to whom the Lord hath given 
much, from him much will be required." Forasmuch, therefore, as thou 
bearest the burdens of ali men, be watchful. For it is written that the 

Mnmbera Lord said to Moses, "Thou and Aaron shall bear the sins of the priest- 
hood." For thus, as thou shalt give a sufficient answer for many, so thou 
shalt care for every one ; that thou mayest keep those that are whole, and 
admonish those that sin, and correct and reprove and punish and lighten 
them by means of repentance and pardon ; and when a sinner repents and 
weeps, receive him ; and when the people bave prayed for him, lay [thy 
bands] upon him, and allow him thenceforth to be in the Church. Those 
who sleep and are negligent restore and rouse and confirm, and pray for 
them and beai them, for thou knowest where is the reward to thee if 


thou hast clone thus ; so if thou neglectest it, a great clanger will come upon 

thee. For the Lord hath said in Ezekiel about the Bishops who despise 

their people thus : " The word of the Lord carne unto me, saying, Son Biekiti 

of man, prophesy against the shepherds of Israel, and say unto them, ' ' 

Thus saith the Lord God, Woe to the shepherds of Israel that do feed 

themselves, and the shepherds do not feed My flock. Ye eat the milk, s f. 23 a 

and clothe yourselves with the wool, and ye kill her that is fat, but ye 

feed not the flocks. Her that is sick bave ye not cured; her that 4 

is weak bave ye not strengtbened ; her that was broken bave ye 

not bound up ; her that bad wandered bave ye not brought back ; 

and her that was lost bave ye not found ; but with violence and 

levity bave ye ruled them ; and My flock is scattered without a 5 

shepherd ; it has bccoine mcat to the beasts of the fìeld. My own flocks e 

are wandering on ali high mountains and on ali the face of the earth." Matt. 

Thou shalt leave the ninety and nine on the mountain, and go to seek j^p^ ^^ 

ber that was lost ; and when thou findest ber carry her upon thy ^ **^- 

shoulders, rejoicing, because thou hast found her that was lost ; bring 

her and mingle her with the flock. Thus obey thou also, O Bishop ; 

visit the one that is lost, and seek the one that has wandered, and 

restore the one that is far away, because thou hast power to forgive 

the sins of bim that has fallen...for thou fillest the place of the Christ 

Because of this also our Saviour said to bim that bad sinned, " Thy sins Matt ix. 8 

are forgiven thee ; thy faith hath made thee whole ; go in peace." Peace 

then is the Church of quiet and rest ; she in whom He establisbed 

those whom He loosed from their sins whole and without spot, having 

a good bope, and being diligent in the cultivation of works and 

afilictions. As a wise and sympathetic pbysician He cures ali men, 

and mostly those who bave wandered in tlieir sins, for "the whole bave Mark a 17 

no need of a pbysician, but they that are sick." Thou also, O Bishop, art 

madc the pbysician of His Church, therefore do not restrain the medicine 

that thou mayest beai those that are sick in their sins, but cure them by 

cvery mcans and makc them whole and establish them safe in the Church ; f. 230 

that thou be not taken by this word which the Lord spake, "Ye bave Biakiéi 

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ruled them with violence and levity." Lead not therefore with violence ; Ap. Oon. 

be not vehement, nor judge sharply, nor be merciless, nor deride the ' 

people who are under thy band, nor bidè from them the word of 

repentance, for that would be to bave ruled them with violence and 

levity. But if ye oversee my people harshly and punish them with 

violence, and drive them and expel them, and do not receive them that 


have sinned, but harshiy and mercilessly hide repentance from them, 
thou wilt even be.a helper in their conversion to evil, and in scattering 
the flocks to be food for the beasts of the fìeld, that is to say, to the 
wicked men of this world, but not to men in truth, but to the beasts, 
to the heathen, to the heretics ; for him who goes out of the Church they 
follow immediately, like evil beasts, to swallow him for food ; because 
of thine own harshness, he then that goeth out of the Church, either goeth 
and entereth in unto the heathen, or plunges into heresies; he will be 
entirely a stranger, and be removed from the Church, and from the hope 
of God, and thou wilt be guilty of his ruin, because thou wert ready to 
put out and to cast away those who sin ; and when they repented and 
returned, thou didst not wish to receive them. Behold, thou art fallen 

^|*^J" under the condemnation of this word which said, " Your feet hasten to 

ili. 16 evil, and are swift to shed blood ; affliction and misery are in their 
paths, and the way of peace have they not known." The Way of Peace 

LiiiwTl.ST is our Saviour, as He said, ''Forgive the sins of those who sin, that 
your sins also may be forgiven ; give and it shall be given unto you," 

f. 24 a which is, "Give the pardon of sins, that you also may receive pardon." 
He also teaches us that we should be Constant in prayers at ali times, 

Mait. ▼!. and that we should say, " Forgive us our debts and our sins, as we also 
forgive our debtors.** For if thou forgivest not those that sin, how canst 
thou receive forgiveness? Behold, will not thy mouth accuse thee, and 
thou wilt convict thyself of having said, " I forgive ** when thou hast 
not forgiven, but hast verily murdered ; for he who puts any one out 
of the Church without mercy, what else does he do but murder bitterly, 
and shed blood without pity ? For if a righteous man is unjustly killed 
by any one by means of the sword, he is received to rest with God ; 
but he who puts any one out of the Church and receives him not again, 
kills verily evilly and bitterly for eternity ; and God gives to be food 
to cruel fire for ever, him who puts out of the Church, and does not 
look at the mercy of God, and does not remcmber His goodness to 
the penitent, and does not bear the likeness of the Christ, nor pay 
attention to any people who repent of the multitude of their failings that 

Ap. ckm. they may receive pardon from him. It is required of thee then, O Bishop, 
that the things which happened of old should be put before thine eycs, 
that from them thou mayest understand and be taught the cure of 
souls, and admonition and reproof and intercession. When thou judgest 
men, compare cautiously and with much investigation, and cleave to 
the will of God ; and according as He acts, thus ought ye also to act 


in your judgments. Hear therefore, O Bishop, in regard to these things, 
an example that is congruous and helpful. It is written in the fourth 
Book of Kingdoms, and in the second Book of Days thus, that "in these f. 24 b 
days Manassch reigned, being twelve years old, and for fifty years he ^^i^ 
reigned in Jerusalem ; the name of his mother was Apheeba (Hephzi-bah). « cairon. 
He did that which was evil before the Lord, like the abomination of a 
the peoples, whom the Lord had destroyed before the children of Israel." 
He returned and built the high places for the sacrifices which Hezekiah s 
his father had thrown down. He raised statues to Baal, and made 
abominations like as Ahab king of Israel had done. He made altars 
to ali the army of Heaven, and worshipped ali the powers of Heaven. . 
He built an aitar to demons in the house of the Lord, where the Lord 4 
had saìd, " In Jerusalem is My house, I will put My name there for ever." 
Manasseh served the high places and said, My name shall endure for ever. 
He built an aitar to ali the army of Heaven in the two courts of the 
house of the Lord. *' He caused his children to pass through the fire j^j^^^e 
in the valley of the son of Hinnom ; he used auguries and sorceries; 
he made soothsayings and incantations and divinations, and wrought 
many evil things in the eyes of the Lord, to provoke Him to anger. 
He set a molten and carved image of the abomination which he had 7 
made, in the house of the Lord, where the Lord had said to David and to 
Solomon his son, that in this house, and in Jerusalem which I bave chosen 
from ali the tribes of Israel, I will put My name for ever. Nor will I 8 
any more restrain My feet from the land of Israel which I bave given 
to your fathcrs, only if thcy kcep ali that I bave commanded them, 
according to ali the commandments which I commanded my servant 
Moses, and thcy did not hear. Manasseh caused them to err, to do 9 
evil before the Lord, according to the works of the nations whom the «Klngi 

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Lord had destroyed before the children of Israel." "The Lord spake with f. 25 a 
Manasseh, and to his people by the band of his servants the prophets, 
and said, Because Manassch king of Judah has done these abominations 11 
in Jerusalem, like as did the Amorites who were before him, and has 
also made Judah to sin by his idols; therefore thus saith the Lord God la 
of Israel, Behold I bring such evil things upon Jerusalem and upon Judah, 
that the two ears of every one that heareth them shall tingle. I will is 
stretch over Jerusalem that measure of Samaria, and the weight of 
the house of Ahab, and I will wipe Jerusalem as one wipeth a water- 
vessel when he turneth it on its face. I will give the remnant of Mine 14 
inheritance to the sword, and will deliver them into the band of their 




a Ohron. 

f. 25b 

enemies, and they shall be for a prey and a spoil to ali that hate them, 
16 because they have done evil before mine eyes, because they bave been prò- 
voking from that day that I have brought out their fathers from Egypt 
until this day. Manasseh also shed much innocent blood, till he had filled 
Jerusalem from rim to rim with the slain, because of the sins which he com- 
mitted ; and he made Judah to sin in doing evil before the Lord." "And He 
brought against them the captains of Assyria ; and they took Manasseh 
and bound him, and threw chains about him and carried him to 
Babylon in a copper star, and shut him up in prison, having completely 
chained and bound him in irons." Bread of husks was given to him 
by weight, and water mixed with vinegar in small measure, that he might 
be alive and afflicted and heavily troubled. " When he was much afflicted 
he sought the face of the Lord his God, and humbled himself greatly before 
the God of his fathers." He prayed to the Lord God, and said : 

Tlu Prayer of Manasseh, 

Lord God of my fathers ! God of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, and 
of their righteous seed, who hast made the heavens with ali their array, 
who hast chained the sea and established it by the command of Thy 
word, who hast bound the abyss and hast sealed it by Thine awful and 
glorious name; Thou before whose power everything trembles and shakes 
because of the unbearable greatness of the splendour of Thy glory, and 
no man can bear to stand before the anger of Thy wrath against sinners; 
whose mercies are infinite and measureless ; for Thou art a Lord who 
is longsuiTering and merciful and very gracious, and Thou regrettcst the 
evils of the sons of man ; Thou, Lord, according to the kindness of Thy 
goodness, hast promised forgiveness to those who repent of their sins, and 
in the greatness of Thy mercies Thou hast appointed repentance for the 
salvation of sinners. Thou, therefore. Lord God of the righteous, didst 
not appoint repentance to our father Abraham, and Isaac and Jacob, 
nor even to those who had never sinned against Thee. Yet thou hast 
appointed repentance to me, for I am a sinner, because my sins are more 
than the sand of the sea. I have not breath to lift up my head for the 
multitude of my iniquities. And now. Lord God^ behold, I am justly 
afflicted, and I am grieved as I deserve. Behold, I am chained and bent 
by a multitude of iron chains, so that I cannot lift up my head. Nor 
am I worthy to lift up mine eyes and look and see the height of heaven 
because of the multitude of my wickednesses, for I have done evil things 
before Thee, and I have kindled Thy wrath and set up idols, and multiplied 

' S. om. God. 


abominations. And now behold, I bend the knees of my heart before 

Thee, and seek Thy kindness. I bave sinned, Lord, I bave sinned. Because 

I know my sins, I supplicate before Thee, forgive me, Lord, and destroy 

me not in my follies. Be not angry with me for ever, nor keep my evil f. 26 a 

decds, nor hold me guilty nor cast me down to the lower parts of the earth. 

For Thou, O Lord, art the God of those who repent, therefore even in me. 

Lord, shew Thy goodness, for though I am unworthy, save me according 

to Thy mercies. Therefore I will praise Thee at ali times, and ali the days 

of my life ; for ali the powers of Heaven praise Thee, and sing to Thee for 

ever and ever. And the Lord heard the voice of Manasseh, and had mercy 

upon bini. There came upon him a flame of fire, and ali the irons with 

which he was chaincd were melted and loosened ; and the Lord delivered 

Manasseh from bis afflictions, and restorcd him to Jerusalcm to bis kingdom ; 

and Manasseh knevv the Lord, and said that He was God alone, with ali bis 

heart and with ali bis soul ali the days of bis life. He was counted 

righteous, and slept with bis fathers, and Amon bis son reigned after him. 

Ye bave heard, dear children. Like as Manasseh worshipped evil idols 

bitterly, and killcd the righteous, and wben he repented, the Lord forgave 

him, althougb there is no sin worse than the worship of idols, yct a place Ap. Ckm. 

for rcpentance was given. But to him who saith, Good things sball bappen 

to me though I walk in the perverse will of my heart, thus saith the 

Lord, I will stretch out My band upon him, and be shall be for a bistory 

and a proverb, because Amon son of Manasseh baving taken counsel with 

the counsel of law-breaking said, My father from bis cbildhood was very 

wicked, and good in bis old age ; I also will act now according to the 

lusts of my soul, and at the last I will repent towards the Lord. He did 

that which is evil before the Lord. He reigned two years only. Therefore 

the Lord God destroyed him from the good land. Therefore take beed, nf'xxlT. 

yc who bave no faith, lest any of you should confirm in bis heart the f. 26b 

calculation of Amon son of Manasseh and perish quickly and swiftly. 

Therefore, O Bishop, keep with strength as thou canst those who bave not 

sinned, that they may remain without sinning, and those who repent of 

sins beai and receive. For if thou receive not him who repents, because 

thou art merciless, thou sinnest against the Lord God, because thou dost 

not obcy our Lord and God in acting as He acted ; for even He to that 

woman who had sinned, ber whom the elders placed before him and left it 

to judgmcnt at His bands, and went away; He then who searcheth the 

hearts, asked ber and said to ber, ** Have the Elders condemned thee, my ^^ ^'^ 

daughter? She saith to him. No, Lord. And our Saviour said, Go, and 


return no more to do this, neither do I condemn thee." In this therefore 
let our Saviour and King and God be to you a sign, O Bìshops I be like 
Him, that ye may be gentle and humble and merciful and clement, and 
peacemakers and without anger, teachers, and reprovcrs, and receivers and 
persuaders. Be not wrathful and be not tyrants, nor contemptuous, nor 
haughty, nor boasters. 



Again a brand dactrine abcnU the Bislwp himself^ that with inuch diligettce 
Ite take care of hts flock and admanish and encouragc tlum^ and teach thein, 
that they may not att off ìtope abont tìiemselves when they fall ; afid a great 
consolation to t/iose wlio are shaken and are converted repenting^ and a great 
condeinnation npon the Bishop who receiveth not those who repcnt, and a 
cotntnand to him that he be gentle and kind towards the children of his people^ 

nfxTiiib. ^^d be not luirsh and angry, 

f^^^y ** Therefore, ye shepherds, bear the "word of the Lord God. Forasmuch 

8 as my flock is for a prey and for meat to ali the beasts of the wildcrness, 

without a shepherd, and the shepherds bave not sought my flock, but the 

f. 27 a » shepherds fed themselves, and fcd not my flock, therefore, ye shepherds, 

10 bear the word of the Lord. Thus saith the Lord God, Behold, I am 
against the shepherds, and I will require My flock at your hands, and 
cause them to cease from any more feeding My flock ; neither shall the 
shepherds feed themselves any more, but I will deliver My flock from your 

11 hands, that they may not be meat for them. For thus saith the Lord God, 
la Therefore behold I will visit my flock, and will seek them out, as a 

shepherd seeketh out bis flock in the day of storm, being amongst them, 
thus will I seek out my flock and gather it, from ali the places where they 

18 bave been scattered, in the day of cloud and darkness. And I will bring 
them out from the peoples, and gather them from the lands, and bring 
them into their own land, and I will feed them upon the mountains of 

14 Israel, and in ali the wastc places of the land. In a good and fat pasture 
I will feed them, and upon the high mountains of Israel shall bc the glory 
of their splendour, and there they shall He in a good fold, and in a fat 

18 pasture shall they feed in the mountains of Israel. I will feed My flock, 

18 and I will establish' them, saith the Lord God, I will seek that which is 

lost, and restore that which has wandered, and bind up that which is broken, 

and strengthen that which is sick, and I will keep that which is fat and 

. IT strong, and will feed them with judgment And you My flock, the flocks 

* S. send. 


of My pasture, thus saith the Lord my Lord, Behold I judge between sheep 
and sheep, and between ram and ram. Is it a small thing unto you I8 
that yc eat up the good and fat pasture, and the rest of your pasture 
yc trcad down with your feet, and My flock drank what is troddcn 1» 
down by your feet. Thcrefore thus saith the Lord my Lord, Behold I judge ao 
between sheep and sheep, and between those that are sick ; because ye 21 
thrust with your sides and your shoulders, and with your horns ye pierced 
ali the sick ones, until ye scattered them out. And I will save My flock, 22 
and they shall no more be for a prey ; and I will judge between sheep and 
sheep. And I will set up >a shepherd over thcm\ and David My servant u f. 270 
shall be captain among them, I the Lord have spoken. I will make with 20 
them a covenant of peace, and will cause the evil bcasts to cease out of the 
land, and thcy shall dwell safely in the wilderness, and sleep in the wood ; 
and I will givc them a blessing round about my hills. I will send down 26 
the rain in its season and it shall be a rain of blessings. The trees of the 2t 
field shall yield their fruit, and the earth shall yield her produce, and they 
shall dwell safely in their land ; and they shall know that I am the Lord, 
when I have cut the nooses of their yoke, and I have delivered them from 
the hand of those who made them to serve. And they shall no more be for 28 
a prey, nor shall the beast of the field devour them ; but they shall dwell 
safely, and there shall be none to make them afraid. And I will raise up 29 
for them a Plant of renown ', that they may no more bear the shame of the 
nations ; and they shall know that I the Lord their God am with them, so 
and that they of the house of Israel are My people, saith the Lord God." 

Ilcar thcrefore, yc Bishops, and hcar, ye laymen, that as the Lord hath Ap. con. 
said, I will judge between ram and ram, and between sheep and sheep, 
that is to say, between Bishop and Bishop, and between layman and 
layman ; for if the layman love the layman, let the layman also love the Ap. oon. 

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Bishop and honour him, and rcvcrence him as father and lord and god 

after God Almighty, for it is said to the Bishop by means of the Apostles, 

that "ali who hear you hear Me, and ali that injure you injure Me, and Him Lake x. le 

that sent Me." Again.. let the Bishop love the laymen as children, and "^ 

nourish and inflame' them with the zeal of his love, like eggs, that chickens 

may come from them ; hatch them like chickens and nourish them as with 

the nourishment of winged fowls. O Bishop ! teach and admonish every 

onc. Those who are deserving of reproof reprovc, and make them sorry, as f. 28 a 

for convcrsion and not for destruction. Admonish as for repcntance, and 

' S. one Shepherd over them, and he shnil feed them, nnd he shall Ih: their shepherd. 
' S. |ìeacc + that they may no more lie few and ahandoned upon the eàrth, and 
' Co<l. admonish. 
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corrcct them, so that thou mayest make theìr ways straight and smooth 
for them, and make stable their mode of life. Keep what is in health, 
that is to say, keep carefully him who is steadfast in the faith, and feed 
ali the people in peace. That which is weak strengthen, that is to say, 
him who is tempted, strengthen by mcans of admonition. That which is 
sick heal, that is to say, him who is sick with doubt of the faith heal by 
means of doctrine. That which is broken bind up, that is to say, him who 
is beaten or struck or broken by his sins or halting in the way of 
righteousness, bind him up, that is to say, cure him by means of intercession 
and admonition ; raise him from his fall and encourage him ; shew him 
also that there is hope for him. Bind him up and heal him ; admit him 
also to the Church. That which has wandered persuade, that is to say, 
him that is abandoned in sins, and excommunicated as for reproof, leave 
not without, but teach and admonish and convert, and receive him into 
thy flock, that is to say, him who by the multitude of his falls has cut 
off his hope, and has let his soul go to perdition ; do not allow him to 
perish utterly, lest by means of temptation or much negligence he sleep, 
and through the heaviness of his slumber he forget his life, and be removed 
and tumed from the flock, that is to say, from the Church, and he come 
to perdition ; for since he has got out of the fold and is removed from the 
flock, a wolf will eat him as he wanders, and he will perish utterly. But 

f 28b do thou visit him, admonish and teach and convert him, command him 
and encourage him to awaken ; teli him that there is hope, and cut this 
off from their minds, that they may not say nor think that which was 

BiÉkléi said of old, that ** Our iniquities and sins are upon us, and by them we are 
corrupted ; how then can we live ? *' It is not required of us that we should 
say or think these things, or suppose that their hope is cut off on account 
of the multitude of their sins, but that they should know that the mercies 
of God are many, that He hath promiscd with oaths and good counsel, 
pardon to those who bave sinned. If then a man sin, and know not the 
Scriptures, and be not persuaded of the long-suffering and pity of God, 
and knoweth not the boundaries of pardon and repentance, he perisheth by 
this, that he knoweth not. Therefore thou, O Bishop, as a shepherd, a 
partaker in suffering, who art full of love and tendemess, be assiduous in 
visiting thy flock. Count the flock. Seek that which has wandered, as 
said the Lord God Jesus the Christ, our Teacher and our Good Shepherd. 


Teaches tlie same Bishop that he be not luxurious and covetons abont t/ie 
things tliat come into the Church, as provision for thepoor, but that hefumish 

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tìum with jusiice io lime t/iat are in want^ as a just steward of God^ afid 
that lu also tnay supply his own want out o/them withont guilt ; and that he 
also stir Hp t/ie people, t/tat every otie according to his ability take a sitare, and 
supply t/ie need of tlu Church, in rcgard to t/ie provision for tìie poor and f or 
orphans and widows. 

Be not lovers of wine, nor drunkards, nor much puiTed up, nor Ap. Oon. 
luxurious. Do not incur expense that is not proper from the gifts of ' ^ * 

God, as if it were not your own, but as if you were making use of your 
own ; as those who are appointed to be good stewards of God, of Him who 
will in future requirc at your hands an account of the management 
of the stewardship with which you are entrusted. Let your sufficiency f 29 a 
then be enough for you, food and raiment ; make use of what is necessary 
and not beyond what is just from the things that come in, as from 
strange things, but in moderation ; do not enjoy yourselves and be 
luxurious from the income of the Church, for to a workman his raiment 
and food are sufficient Therefore as good stewards of God, do well in 
dispensing the things that are given and come into the Church, according to 
the commandment, to the orphans and widows and those who are in straits 
and to strangers, like men who know that ye have a God who requires at 
your hands an account of the stewardship which He has committed to you. 
Therefore dìstrìbute and give to every one who is in want, also yourselves 
provide and live from these things, from the things that come into the 
Church. Do not consume them yourselves alone, but give a share with 
yourselves to those who are in want Be without ofTence before God ; 
because God reproves Bishops who use the income of the Church avariciously 
and for themselves alone, and do not give a share with them to the poor. 
The Lord said thus, "Ye eat the milk of the flocks, and ye clothe Biekiéi 
yourselves with the wool." For it is required of you Bishops that ye be 
provided for out of the incomc of the Church, but not that ye swallow it 
up ; for it is written, " Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that grinds." Thus Dtut. 
therefore as the ox that works in the threshing-floor without a muzzle eats 
food, but does not consume it ali, thus also ye who labour in the threshing- 
floor, which is the Church of God, provide for yourselves from the Church, 
like the Levites who served in the Tabernacle of witness, which was the 
type of the Church, as its very name tells, for the Tabernacle of witness f. 290 
set forth the Church beforehand. Therefore the Levites who served in 
it were provided for without hindrance from the things that were given 
as the ofierings of God by ali the people, gifls, and oblations and first- 
fruits and tithes and sacriRces, and ofierings and whole burnt-oflerings. 


they and their wives and their sons and daughters, because their work 
was the service of the Tabernacle alone. Therefore they received no 
inheritance of land among the children of Israel, for the inheritance of 
Levi and of his tribe was the inheritance* of the people. Therefore 
ye also to-day, O Bishops, are priests to your people, and Levitcs 
who serve in the house of God, the Holy Catholic Church, those who 
remain continually before the Lord God. Therefore ye are to your people 
priests and prophets and chiefs and govcrnors and teachcrs and mediators 
between God and the believers, receivers of the Word, preachers of it, 
evangelists of it, knowers of the Scriptures and of the words of God, 
witnesses of His will, ye who bear the sins of ali men, and who will 
give account conceming ali men ; ye who hear how that word is 
kindled hardly against you, if ye despise, and do not preach the will 
of God, ye are they who are in grave danger of perdition, if ye despise 
your people. Ye again are those to whom is promiscd by God 
a great reward that will not disappoint nor be snatched away, and 
unspeakable grace in that great glory, if ye serve well the Tabernacle 
of God, the Catholic Church. Therefore as ye bear the burden of ali 
men, thus also it is required of you that ye receive from ali who are 
f. 3oa with you the service of food and clothing, and other things, such as 
are necessary. It is required also that ye take from the gifts that are given 
you by the people who are under your hands, and provide for the deacons 
and the widows and the orphans, and those that are in want. For it is 
required of thee, Bishop, that thou care for ali men as a faithful steward, 
for as thou carriest the wcight of ali those who are under thy hands, thus, 
and more than ali men, thou shalt receive the glory of excellency from 
God ; for thou art the propitiator' of the Christ ; and as He has 
borne the sins of us ali, thus it is required of thee that thou carry the 
sins of ali those who are under thy hands. For thus it is written in 
U. Uii. 2 Isaiah about our Saviour, *' We have seen Him, that He had no splendour 
lu. 14 and no beauty, but His visage was more shamcd and humiliated than 
mi. 3 men, and that He was a man of suffering ; and knoweth '[how] to under- 

4 stand' sicknesses; for His face was changed and done despite to, and 
He was of no account in our eyes. He then hath carried our sins, 
and for us He died ; and we thought Him wounded and grievcd and 
6 humiliated. But He was wounded for our sins, and afflicted for our 
iniquities, and by His wounds we are ali hcaled." Again he saith, that 
12 ** He bore the sins of many, and was betrayed because of their iniquity." 

' S. ofTerìngs ^ S. imitator * S. to bear 


And in David and in ali the Prophets and also in the Gospel, our Saviour 
entreats on account of our sins, He who was without sins. Therefore 
as ye havc the example of the Christ, thus also be ye an example to the 
people that are under your hands, that as He hath taken our sins (S. so 
do ye also take the sins of the people). Do not imagine that the burden 
of the IJishopric is a light and easy one. Therefore as ye have received 
the burden of ali men, thus also the fruits which ye draw from ali the 
people, are yours for ali things that are necessary to you. Provide well f. job 
for those that are in want, like people who give account to an inquisitor 
who does not err and cannot be got over. As ye serve in the office of 
the bishopric, thus it is meet that from the office of the bishopric 
ye provide for yourselves ; like priests and Levites and deacons who 
serve before God ; as it is written in the Book of Numbers, that 
God spake to Aaron and said, "Thou, and thy sons, and thy father's Humben 
house shall bear the sins of the holy things ; and thou and thy sons 
shall bear the sins of the priesthood ; and thy brethren the sons of thy a 
father, the tribe of Levi, bring with thee ; let them be placed beside thee 
and let them serve thee. Thou and thy sons with thee shall serve before 
this Tabernaclc of witness, except that the sons of Levi shall not approach 3 
the vessels of the sanctuary nor the aitar, that they and ye die not ; 
but they shall be added unto thee, and they shall keep the watches of 4 
the Tabcrnacle of witness for ali the service of the Tabernacle, and a 
stranger shall not come nigh unto thee. Ye shall keep these charges 5 
of the holy things, and the charges of the aitar ; and there shall be no 
wrath upon the children of Israel. And behold, I have taken your e 
brethren the sons of Levi from among the children of Israel, they are 
given as a gift to the Lord, to do the service of the Tabernacle of witness. 
Thou, and thy sons with thee, keep your priesthood for ali the service t 
of the aitar, and of that within the Veil ; do your service, as something 
that is given to your Priesthood ; the stranger that cometh nigh shall 
die the death. And the Lord spake unto Moses and unto Aaron, and 8 
said, Behold, I havc given you the charges and the firstfruits of ali 
that is hallowed to me by the children of Israel, to thee I have given 
them for service, and to thy sons after thee, a law for ever. This shall 9 
be thine of ali the holy things that are hallowed from their fruits and f. 31 a 
from their offerings, and from ali their sacrifìces, from ali their errors 
and from ali their sins, ali that they offijr to Me of ali the holy things, 
let it be for thee and for thy sons ; eat it in the Holy place ; every male 10 
shall eat it, thou and thy sons, it shall be holy to thee. These shall be 11 


to you, the firstfruits of their gifts, from ali the oblations of the children 
of Israel, to thee I have given them, and to thy sons and thy daughters 
with thee, for an everlasting law ; every one that is clean in thy house 

la shall eat them, ali the firstfruits of the oil, and ali the firstfruits of the 
wine, and the firstfruits of the wheat, ali that they give to the Lord 
shall be thine; every one that is clean in thy house shall eat of them. 
18,16 Ali Hhe rest that remains' shall be thine, and ali that openeth the matrix 
of ali fiesh, ali that they bring to the Lord, of men and even of beasts 
shall be thine ; nevertheless the firstborn of men shall surely be redeemed, 

16 and the firstborn of beasts that are not clean to be oflered ; and their 
redemption shall be from a month old and upwards; thou shalt redeem 
them for a price, five shekels by the shekel of the sanctuary, which is 

IT ten* shekels of Silver. But nevertheless the firstlings of oxen, and the 
firstlings of sheep and goats, thou shalt not redeem ; they are holy ; 
thou shalt pour out their blood before the aitar, and their fat thou shalt 


18 send up as an offering of a sweet savour unto the Lord ; and their flesh 
shall be pure to thee, the end of the wave breast and the right forefoot 

19 shall be thine. AH the heave ofierings of the sanctuary, which the 
children of Israel destine to the Lord, to thee have I given them, to thy 
sons and also to thy daughters with thee, for an everlasting law : it shall 
be a statute for ever before the Lord, to thee and to thy seed after thee. 

f. 31 b ao And the Lord spake unto Aaron, and said, Thou shalt not inherit in 
their land, nor have any portion among them, because I am thy portion 

ai and thine inheritance among the children of Israel. And behold, to the 
children of Levi I have given ali the tithes of the children of Israel 

aa for an inheritance, on account of their service in the Tabernacle. And 
the children of Israel shall not again come nigh unto the Tabernacle 

88 of witness, that they receive not the sin of death, but the Levites 
shall do the service of the Tabernacle of witness, and they shall bear 
their sins, as an everlasting law to their generations. And among the 

M children of Israel they shall have no inheritance, because that the 
tithes of the children of Israel which they destine as heave offerings 
to the Lord, I have given to the Levites as an inheritance ; therefore 
I said unto them, and to those of the house of Israel, that they shall 

86 have no inheritance for ever. The Lord spake unto Moses and said to 

86 him, Speak with the Levites, and say unto them, When ye take from 
the children of Israel the tithes that I have given you from them as an 

' S. that is dedicateci by the children of Israel 
* S. iwenty 


inheritance, offer up from them also an heave oiTering to the Lord, even 
a tenth part of the tithes. The heave offering shall be reckoned to you «r 
as the wheat of the threshing-floor, and as the offering of the wìne-press. 
Thus ye also shall offer a heave offering unto the Lord of ali your tithes ^ 
which ye receivc from ali the children of Israel, and ye shall give of 
thcm a heave offering to the Lord, to Aaron the pricst, of ali your gifts 29 
yc shall offer a heave offering to the Lord, of the firstfruits which He hath 
sanctified. And say unto them, When ye offer the firstfruits of them, so 
it shall be reckoned unto the Levites as the produce of the threshing-floor, 
and as the produce of the wine-press ; they shall eat it in every place, »i 
ye and your households, because that is your reward for your service 
in the Tabernacle of witness, and ye shall have no sin because of it, f. 32 a sa 
when ye have offcred the firstfruits of it ; ye shall not pollute the offerìngs 
of the children of Israel, that ye die not." 


Exlwrtation to the feople that they bring heave offerìngs of prayers atid 
confcssions to God, and tfiat they honour tìu Bisìtop as [they honour] God, and 
renerence him^ and tìiat tìiey do nothing apart from his pennisston, nor even 
give alins to those that are in fteed witlwut him ; but ntake every thing known 
to him by means of t/ie Deacon^ and lu will administer tvhatever is given, and 
tliat every one of the orders of the Chnrch take its place and be fiofwured as 
befits it ; condemnation and commination on those who speak wickedly to 
priests or despise them ; tltat they think of them as of their kings, that they 
take them gifts from their labonr for tìu supply of the need of tfte poor 
and the orphans and the widowsy making no reckoning with them, as to whetlier 
they gitfe or do not give, 

Hear, therefore, these things, ye also, ye laymen, the Church chosen 
of God, because that even the first people was called the Church. Ye 
then, Holy and perfect Catholic Church, royal priesthood, holy assembly, 
people of inheritance, great Church, Bride adomed for the Lord God. As 
therefore was said before, hear also now, Bring heave offerìngs and tithes 
and firstfruits to the Christ, the true High Priest, also to His servants 
bring tithes of salvation, Him the beginning of whose name is the letter io. 
Hear, thou Catholic Church, which art of God, who hast been delivered from 
IO plagues, and hast received io commandments, and hast leamt the law 
and hast hcld the faith, and hast believed in a yod the beginning of a 
name, and art confirmed by the perfection of His glory ; instead of the 
sacrifices of that time, offer now prayers and supplications and thanks- 


f- 32 b gìvings ; then were firstfruits and tithes and oblations and gifts, to-day 
are oiTerings that are presented by means of the Bishops to the Lord 
God, for those are your High Priests. Priests and Levites; now Elders and 

Ap. Con. Deacons, and Orphans and Widows. For the Levite and the High Priest 
is the Bishop. He is a servant of the Word of God and a Mediator, but to 
you a Teacher and your Father after God, who has begotten you by means 
of water. He is your Head and Govemor, and he is a powerful king to 
you. He governs in the place of the Almighty, but let him be honoured 
by you as God, because the Bishop sits for you in the place of Almighty 
God ; but the Deacon stands in the place of the Christ ; and ye should love 
him, but let the Deaconesses be honoured by you in the likcness of the Holy 
Ghost. Moreover, let the Elders be to you in the likencss of the Apostles, 
but Orphans and Widows be considered by you in the likcness of an Aitar. 

Ai». Con. For as it was not allowed for the stranger, that is to say for him who was 

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not a Levite, to approach the Aitar, nor to offer anything apart from the 
High Priest, thus do ye naught apart from the Bishop. For if any onc 
do aught apart from the Bishop, he doeth it in vain, for it will not bc counteci 
to him as a work, because it is not fitting that any one should do aught 
without the High Priest Present, therefore, your offerings to the Bishop, 
either ye yourselves, or by means of the Deacons ; and what he receives let 
him deal to you justly, for the Bishop is well acquainted with those who are 
afflicted ; for he provides for every one and gives as it becomes him ; lest 
any onc should receive many times in the day or in the week, and 

f. 33» another should not receive even a little. For to him whom the priest 
and steward of God knows to be much afflicted, he does good, as is 

Ap. Con. required of him. And those who ask widows to agapai, hcr whom he knows 
to be much afflicted, to her let him send oftenest. And again, if any one 
give gifts to widows, to her who is in want let him send most. Let the 
portion of a shephcrd bc dcfincd and known, \'icconling as the law of old 
is defined', and even if he be not present *ye shall not cause to pcrish [any 
that belong] to' God Almighty. As oftcn then as is given to you or' the 
widows, let doublé be given to each of the Deacons for the honour of the 
Christ ; twice doublé to the Governor for the honour of God Almighty. 
If any man wish also to honour the Elders, let him give also (S. + doublé) 
to them as to the Deacons. For it is required for them that they be 
honoured as Apostles, and as the counsellors of the Bishop, and also as the 
crown of the Church ; for they are the directors and counsellors of the 

' according to the law in agapai and gifts ' to the honour of 

' S. +toeachof 

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Church. And if there be also a Reader, let him also receive along with 
the Elders. Every office, therefore, let each of the laity as is proper to 
him, honour by gifts, by dignity, and the respect of the world. Let them 
have great boidness with the Deacons, and let them not be troubling the 
Chief at ali hours, but whatever they require, let them make it known by 
means of the servants, that is to say, by means of the Deacons. For not 
cven to God Almighty can one approach save by means of the Christ. AH 
things, therefore, that ye wish to have done, make them known to the 
Bishop by means of the Deacons, and then let them be done. Not even 
of old in the Tempie of the Sanctuary was anything offered or done apart 
from the Priest. Again also, with the idols of the heathen, polluted and 
abominable and reprehensible, even to our day they imitate the Sanctuary, f. 33 b 
though in comparison the house of impurity is very far from the Holy 
place; but nevertheless in the work of their oversight (in another manu- 
script, of their folly), without their polluted priests they do not offer 
nor do anything ; but thus they suppose that the mouth of the stones (that 
is to say, the idols he calls stones) is a polluted priest, and they wait 
for whatever he commands them to do, and in ali that they contemplate 
doing they are counselled by their polluted priest, and they do nothing 
without him, for they think that this is acceptable whatever they do, 
honouring him and doing homage to him like their honouring of the 
dumb stones, those that are fixed as stones (S. in the walls) for 
the worship of impure and cruel demons. If they, therefore, who are 
foolish and [have] false customs and no hope, but err by a vain expecta- 
tion, watch and desire to imitate a sanctuary, and honour with every 
honour those who stand in the house of their ridiculous idols, why then 
yc to whom it is known and manifest that ye believe in the truth, and 
are possessed by a hope that will not be falsified, and look to the promise 
of eternai glory which passeth not away nor dissolveth, should not ye 
the more honour the Lord God, by means of those who are appointed 
over you ? Consider, therefore, the Bishop as the mouth of God, Ap. Ckrn. 
For if Aaron, because he interpreted to Pharaoh the words that were 
givcn through Moses, was called a Prophet, as the Lord said unto Moses, 
" Behold, I have given thee for a god unto Pharaoh, and Aaron thy Bx. tU. 1 
brother shall be thy prophet," why, therefore, do ye also not consider 
(S. + as prophets, and adore) as God those who are to you mediators of 
the Word ? Now for us ourselvcs, Aaron is the Deacon, and Moses n. 

the Bishop'. Let him be honoured by you as God, and the Deacon as ^-34» 

' S. + for if Moses was calleci a god hy the lx>rcl, let the Bishop be also by you. 
D. G 


Ap. Con. a Prophet. Therefore for the honour of the Bishop maké known to him 
everything that ye do. Even by means of him let everything be com- 

jonài, pleted. If ye know that a man is much afflicted, but the Bishop 
doth net know it, inform him, but without him do nothing to disgrace 
him that thou bring no shame upon him as upon a despiser of 
the poor; for he who raises an evil report against the Bishop either 
by word or by deed, sins against God Almighty. But again, against 
a Deacon if any one speak evilly by word or by deed, he offends the 
sdtas Christ. Therefore it is written also in the Law, " Thou shalt not revile thy 
gods, nor speak evil against the ruler of thy people." Let no one suppose 
then that the Lord was speaking about idois of stone, but He calls * gods * 
those who are placed over you. Moses also said again in the Book of 
Numbers, when the people had murmured against him and against Aaron, 
xYi. 8 " It is not against us that ye murmur, but against the Lord God." 

Lttka X. le Also our Saviour said, *' He that wrongeth you wrongeth Me, and Him that 
sent Me." For what hope is there, even a little, to him who has spoken evil 
things against the Bishop? or against the Deacon ? For if one have callcd 

iutt.T.2a a layman a fool or vile (Raca), he shall be condemned by the Synagogue,as 
one of those who rise up against the Christ, because he hath called his 
brother vain, him in whom the Christ dwelleth, who is not vain, but fiUed ; 
or a fool him in whom dwelleth the Holy Spirit of God, the Perfecter in 
ali wisdom, as if he were a fool from the Spirit that dwelleth in him ! If, 
therefore, any one who should say one of these things to a layman be found 

f. 34b to have fallen into ali this condemnation, how much [more] if one venture 
to say anything against a Bishop or against a Deacon ? him by whose 
means the Lord hath given you the Holy Ghost, and by whose means ye 
have leamt the Word and know God, and by whose means yc are known 
of God, and by whose means ye are sealed ; and by whose means ye are 
become the sons of light ; and by whose means the Lord in baptism, by 
the laying on of the Bishop's band, gavc witness about each of you, and 

PM]]ntt.T caused His holy voice to be heard and said, '*Thou art My son, this day 
have I begotten thee." Therefore, O my son, love thy Bishops, those 
by whose hands thou art become a son of God, and ' knowest the rìght 

araSl ^^21"^*» ^"d cherish him who after God is thy father and thy mother; 

Bx. zzL 17 for every one who mocketh his father or his mother, let him die the death. 

Iffttt. XT.4 , 

But honour ye the Bishops who are able to loose you from sins, those who 
have begotten you anew by means of water, those who have filled you 
with the Holy Ghost, those who have nourished you with the Word as 
with milk, those who have established you with the doctrìne of life, those 

' S. and the rìght hand thy mother. 


who havc confirmed you by admonition, and made you partakers in the 
holy Eucharist of God, and made you sharers and heirs of God's promise. 
Reverence these [men], and honour them (the Bishops) with ali honour, 
for they have received authority from God of li fé and death, not that 
they may judge those who have sinned, and condemn them to death in 
everlasting fire, excommunicating and sending away those who are con- 
demned, may this never happen ! but that they may receive and give life to 
those who are converted and repent. Let these then be your Chiefs, and ^'JS^ 
let them bc considered by you as kings, and by deeds give honour to 
them as kings, for it is required of you that ye provide for them and 
for those that are with them. 

For thus it is written in the first book of the Kingdoms, that Samuel f. 35 a 
the prophet said unto the pcoplc by means of words of tlie Lord, to those 
that askcd from him a king, and he said unto them, "This is the law J*»»^^^- 
of the king who shall reign over you ; he will take your sons, and appoint 
them over his chariots, and make them runners before him ; and will make is 
to himself captàins over thousands, and captains over hundreds ; they 
shall reap his harvest, and gather his vintage, and shall keep in order the 
instruments of his chariots. Your daughters he shall take to be weavers, 18 
and servants of his house. Your fields, and your vineyards, and your 1* 
olive-yards, the best, he will take and give to his servants, and to eunuchs. 
Your maidservants and menservants, and your oxen and your asses he i« 
shall take and tithe for the service of his work. He will take tithe of your it 
sheep ; and ye also shall be his servants.'' According to this likeness also 
the Dishop rulcs. For if evcn a king who reigned over ali that multi tude 
of |>eople, took from that people, as it is written in Hosea, that ** the people Hot. 1. 10 
of the children of Israel are many as the sand that is on the shore of the 
sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered," and according to the number 
of that people were also the services that were required from it, thus now 
also the Bishop taketh to himself from the people, those whom he consider- 
eth and knoweth to be worthy of him and of his office, and maketh them 
elders and counsellers, members of his session, deacons and subdeacons, ali 
as he requireth according to the service of a house. What more can we 
say ? for the king who wears the crown, reigns only over the body, and binds 
and looses only in this world, but the Bishop reigns over both soul and 
body, that he may loosen on the earth, and bind in heaven, by heavenly f. 35 h 
power. For it is a great heavenly power, that of the Almighty, which is 
given to him. Nevertheless, love ye your Bishop as a father, reverence him 
as a king, and honour him as God. Present to him your fruits, and the 


work of your hands, that your firstfruits may be blesscd. Give to him 

your tithes, and your vows, and your oblations ; from them he will require 

to be nourished» and to provide also for those who are in want, to every one 

as it is proper for him. Thus thy oflfering shall be acceptable to the Lord 

thy God, for a sweet savour in the height of heaven, before the Lord thy 

God, and He will bless thee, and multiply to thee the good things of His 

ProT.xi.M promise. For it is written in Wisdom, that "every simple soul shall be 

blessed/* and that "blessings shall be on the head of him who giveth." 

Because of this be Constant in work, and labour, and bring a gift ; for the 

Lord hath lightened your burden, and loosened from you the chains of 

fetters, and lifted from you the heavy yoke ; and made Deuteronomy 

pass away from you, according to the greatness of God's mercy, as it is 

II. zìix. 9 written in Isaiah, '* Say' to those who are in chains, Go out," and again, 

II. zUi. T "to bring out the prisoners from the prisons." And in David He said, 

Pi.izix.M that "He despiseth not His prisoners." And again in the Gospel He 

iiatt.zi.S8 said, " Come unto me, ali ye that are weary and carry heavy burdens, and 

29 I will give you rest Take My yoke upon you, and leam of Me, for I am 

80 meek and humble of heart, and ye shall find rest unto your souls ; for My 

f. 36 a yoke is easy, and My burden is light." If, therefore, the Lord, in the gift 

u^'jjof. of His goodness, hath loosed you and given you rest, and brought your 

souls to enlargement, that ye be not again bound by sacrifìccs and by 

sin-offerings, by purifìcations, by vows, and by gifts, by oblations, by 

burnt-offerings', by shewbread, and by observations of purifìcations, again, 

by tithes, and by firstfruits, and by heave offerings, and by gifts, ali 

these things were of necessity appointed for them to give ; ye then are 

not bound by these things, for it is required of you that ye know the 

Vati. T. 20 word of the Lord which said, that "unless your righteousness exceed 

the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall not enter into 

the kingdom of Heaven.'* Thus, therefore, your righteousness is more 

excellent than the tithes, and firstfruits, and heave ofìferings of these 

Mark z. SI pcople, when ye act as it is written, "Sell ali that ye bave, and give to 

the poor." Therefore do thus, and keep the commandment by means of 

the Bishop and the priest, and thy mediator who is with the Lord God, 

for He has commanded thee to give. Take care that thou provide for 

these things, and do not exact an account from the Kishop; do not 

watch him as to how he provides and fulfils his stewardship, or when 

he gives, or to whom or how, whether well or ili, or if he gives as is 

fitting, for it is the Lord God who is the exactor, who has committed 

^ S. + by [Sabbath] rests (idleness). 



this stewardship to his hands, and countcd hìm worthy of the priesthood 

of ali this office. In order, therefore, that thou observe not nor require an 

account from the Bishop, nor speak evil things against him, resisting God, 

nor offend the Lord, Jet there be put before thine cyes what was said to 

thce in Jeremiah, ** Shall the day say to the potter, Thou workest not, and u. xIt. 9 

thou hast no hands ;" as he that saith to his father and his mother, " Hast 10 f. 36 b 

^Aon brought me forth?" but labour with a single mind and work in the house 

of God. Be it always written and established in thy heart, and remember Ap . Con. 

yx, xjlxtì. 
the saving voice of the renewal of the Law, as the Lord hath said, 

" Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with ali thy heart, and with ali thy soul, Deut tL 6 

and with ali thy strength.'* Your strength then is the property of the world. 

Do not love the Lord with the lips only, like that people to whom reprov- 

ing Ile saith, *'This people honourcth Me with its lips, but its heart is far Ib.zz1x.18 

from Me." But love thou the Lord and honour Him with ali thy strength ; iiarkTU.e 

and bring thy gifts at ali times, and keep not away from the Church. 

When thou receivest the Eucharist of the sacrifìce, give whatever cometh 

to thy band, as thou partakest, to the strangers ; for this is collected by the 

Bishop for the reception of ali strangers. Therefore according as thou 

art able, put down, and keep thysclf, because the Lord hath said in the 

Law, "Thou shalt not appear before Me enipty." Therefore do good works, ^ "***• 

lay up for thyself a (S. + everlasting) treasure above in Heaven where Buu. Ti 

90 sic 

moth doth not destroy, nor thieves steal. When thou doest thus, do not 

judge the Bishop, nor the layman, because to you laymen it is said, " Judge KAti.TU.i 

not, that ye be not judged." For if thou judgest thy brother, and accusest 

him, thou considerest thy brother guilty, that is to say, thou accusest Rom. li. 1 

thyself; thou art then judged with the guilty; for the Bishop has the 

power to judge, as it is said to them, "Be accurate discerners." It is, f. 37» 

therefore, required of the Bishop as a tester of silver that he should divide n. 

tlie cvil from the good ; those that are completely evil he should reject and 55**"** ^ 
throw out ; but those who are hard and defective for any reason, like those 
who are not defective, he should leave them in the crucible. The layman 
then is not allowed to judge his neighbour, nor even to impose upon 
himself a burden which is not his ; for the weight of this burden belongs 
not to the layman, but to the Bishop. Therefore thou, being a layman, 
do not lay snares for thyself, but leave judgment in the hands of those 
who will have to answer for it to the Lord. But as for thee, strive to 
make peace with ali men, and love thy limbs the children of thy people, 
because the Lord hath said, "Love thy neighbour as thyself." w 



AdmonitioH about false brethreti^ atid investigatiopi atout tltose that are 
accusers^ or witnesses agaifist any one, and tlie decree of punishvunt agaiiist 
those zv/io are convicted of sin ; ami tlu consolation and reception into tlte 
Churc/i, if tliey s/tew repentance ; atid injunctiofi to the Bisliops that they 
give the hand and bind up those who have simud if tliey repent ; tliat they 
sliould notjtidge with par t iati ty, and be convicted before God; and that t/uy 
shonld convict him wìio accuses falsefyy in pnnishing as was fit him iv/to was 

If then there be false brethren, [who] on account of envy or the 
jealousy of enemiesS and of Satan, who works by them, bring a false 
accusation against one of the brethren, or even a true one, those shall 
know that every one who investigates about these things, in order 
f. 37 b ^o accuse or blaspheme about any one, he is the son of anger, and 
where anger is, God is not ; for anger is of Satan, who by means of 
these false brethren never allows peace to be in the Church. Therefore 
when ye know them, those that are so far wanting in sense, first of ali 
believe them not, and secondly, Bishops and Deacons, beware of them, 
how ye say ought of the things that ye have heard from them to any 
of the brethren. Consider about him against whom they bring an ac- 
cusation, investigate wisely, compare his actions, and if he bc found to 
merit reproof, according to the doctrine of our Lord which He hath spoken 
Katt. in the Gospel, reprove him between thee and him ; if he repent, and 

2^ ' be converted, save him. And if he will not be convinced, reprove him 

before two or three, and fulfìl that which was said, that at the mouth 
of two or three witnesses every word shall be established ; for therefore, 
brethren, it is required for witness, that it stand upon the mouth of two 
or three witnesses, because the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost 
testify about the works of men ; for where there is admonition of doctrine, 
there is also discipline and conversion of those who have wandered. 
Therefore at the mouth of two or three witnesses every word shall be 
Ap. Con. established. And if he obey not, reprove him before ali the Church ; if he 
MàuT^^ do not hear even the Church, let him be counted unto thee as a heathen 
^^^^•1^ and as a publican. Because the Lord hath said unto you, O Bishops, 
that henceforth ye receive not that man into the Church *as Christians* 
and be not partakers with him ; for not even the heathen or the wicked 

' S. the £nemy. * S. as a Christian 


publicans dost thou receive into the Church, nor make thyself partaker 

with them, unless they first repent, promising so that they may believe, f. 38 a 

and never henceforth again do evil deeds ; for therefore our Lord and 

Saviour gave room for repcntance to those who have sinned ; for even Ap. con. 

I Matthew, who am one of the twelve Apostles, who speak to you by 

this Didascalia, I was a publican of old, and because I believed, grace 

carne upon me, and I repcnted from my former works, and I was thought 

worthy to become an Apostle and a preacher of the Word of God. Again 

also John ^the Baptist \ that he might seek, preached in the Gospel to 

publicans, not to cut off their hope, but taught them how they should act 

in future. When they asked him for a reply he said to them, "Do not 

exact more than what is commanded and appointed for you." And also 

Zacchseus in rcpentance the Lord received, making a request of him. We 

do not refusc salvation even to the heathen if they repent and renounce 

and removc from themselves their error. Therefore let him bc accounted 

to you as a heathen and as a publican, he who is convicted of evil works 

and of falsehood ; and afterwards if he promise to repent as the heathen, 

when they wish and promise to repent and say, " We believe," wc receive 

them into the congregation that they may bear the Word, but we do 

not communicatc with them until they receive the seal and are confirmed. 

Thus also we do not communicate with these until they shew the fruits 

of repentance; for they can certainly come in, if they wish to bear the 

Word, that they may not perish utterly, but in prayer they take no part, 

but go outside ; because that even they, when they see that they do f. 38 b 

not take part in the Church, restràin themselves, and repent of their 

former decds, and become eagcr to be received into the Church in prayer. 

They also who see them and bear that they have gone out like publicans 

may fcar, and take hecd to themselves that they sin not, lest it happen 

thus to them also, and they go out of the Church, being reproved for 

sin or for falsehood. Do not utterly prevent them thcn from cntering Ap. oon. 

the Church, and hearing the discourse of the Bishop ; for even our Lord "' *** 

and Saviour did not completely reject and cast out the publicans and 

sinners, but even ate with them. Because of this also the Pharisees 

murmured against Him, saying, " He eateth and drinketh with publicans Hwkii. 

and sinners." Then our Saviour answered and said against their 

thoughts and murmurings, "They that are whole have no need of a 17 

physician, but they that are sick." Therefore have intercourse with those 

who have been reproved for their sins, and are in a bad state, and 

^ S. the prophet 



attach them to you, and take care of their [interests], and talk ye with 
them and console them, keep hold of them, and cause them to be 

v^'^!^ converted ; and afterwards when every one of them has repented, and has 
shesvn the fruits of repentance, thereafter receive him in prayer as [ye do] 
to the heathen. As therefore thou baptizest a heathen, and thereafter 
receivest him, so on that man also lay the hand, every one praying for 
him ; thereafter bring him in and let him partake with the Church. Let 
that laying on of the hand be to him instead of baptism ; for if by the 
laying on of the hand and by baptism they receive the communication 

^•39a of the Holy Ghost... therefore as a sympathetic physician sharing in 

sufìTering, heal ali those who have sinned, and distribute with ali wisdom, 

offer healing for the help of their lives ; and be not ready to cut off 

the members of the Church, but make use of the Word of remedies, 

also of admonitions of preparation' and of the plasters of supplica- 

tion; for if an ulcer goes deep, and diminishes his flesh, by means of 

curative medicines nourish it, and reduce it. If there be in it foulness, 

by a sharp medicine, that is to say by the word of reproof, purify it ; and 

if more flesh should spring up, by a harsh medicine, that is to say, by 

the communication of judgment shave it ofl* and reduce it. If there be 

in it gangrenc, bum it with a cautery, that is to say, with the incision 

of a long fast, cut off the putridness of the ulcer. If the ulcer grow and 

get the better of the cautcries, decide about that which is corrupt, then 

after much consultation with other physicians cut off that member which 

is corrupt that it destroy not ali the body. Be not ready to amputate 

speedily, and do not rush in a hurry and run to the saw of many 

teeth, but first use scalpels, and cut the ulcer, that the cause of the evil 

which is hidden inside it may be seen openly and be known, that the 

whole body may be kept from being affected. But if thou sce a person 

who does not wish to repent, but has complctcly cut off hopc of himself, 

then with grief and sorrow cut him off and cast him out of the Church. 

f*39h For if thou fìndest that that accusation of calumny is false, and ye 

Ap. Ckni. 

n. ziii pastors with the Deacons have received the falsehood as truth, because of 

the accepting of persons, or because of offerings which ye have received ; 

and ye change judgments, because ye wish to do the will of the Evil 

one, and him who is accused, being guiltless of this accusation, ye put 

out and cast him from the Church, ye will give an account in the day of 

Dtnt. 1 17 the Lord ; for it is written, ** Thou shalt not rcspect persons in judgment," 

Bs. zzili. 8 and again the Scripture hath said, that a ** bribe blindeth the eyes of seers, 

' S. emollìents 


and perverteth righteous words." And again it hath said, "Deliver the i^i. 17 
oppressed, judge the orphans, justify the widows " ; and judge righteous 
judgment in the gates. Take hced then that ye be not respecters of 
persons and be condemned by the word of the Lord, who hath spoken thus, 
"Woe unto those that make bitter swcct, and sweet bitter; and cali light ii.T.iO/fV 
darkness, and darkness what is bright, and justify the wicked for 
reward, and pass over the righteousness of the righteous." But be watch- 
ful, that ye condemn not any onc iniqui tously, and help the wicked, 
bccause that in condemning others ye are condemning yourselves ; as 
the Lord hath said, that "with what judgment ye judge ye shall bc judged, LukeTl-ST 
•and as ye condemn, ye shall be condemned." Therefore remembcr "^ 
and apply to yourselves this word, "Forgive, and it shall be forgiven 
you; condemn not, and ye shall not bc condemned." If then, your 
judjrment, O liishops, be without respect of persons, look at him who 
is the accuser of his brother, if he be a false brother, if for the sake of 
envy or jealousy or calumny he havc brought disturbancc on the Church 
of God, and he should kill him who is calumniated by him, being put out f. 4oa 
of the Church and delivered to the destruction of fire; thou therefore judge 
him scverely, because he has brought an evil thing against his brother, 
as it wcre from his own imagination ; if he had not found that it goes 
bcfore to * his hearing " ; he would have killed his brother in the fire ; for it 
is written, that " every one who sheddeth man's blood, his blood shall be shed Oen. ix. e 
for the blood which he hath shed." When that one then is found out to be j^p. oon. 
thus, put him out of the Church with a great reprimand as a murderer ; "• ****** 
and after a time, if he promise to rcpent, admonish him, and lay a hard 
discipline upon him ; and thercafter put on [your] band and receive him 
into the Church; and take heed and observe him that is such, lest 
again it happen against some one else. And if ye see him after 
he has entcrcd the Church, that again he quarrels and wishes to accuse 
others also, and chattcrs and fabricates, and casts blame upon many 
falscly: put him out, that he may nevef again disturb and trouble the 
Church ; for he that is such, even if he be within, because he is not 
suitable to the Church, is of no advantagc to her. For we see that there 
are men who are born with superfluous things in their bodies, let us 
say fingcrs or any other superfluous flesh ; those people then that have 
such things according to the flesh, it is a disgrace and a shame to them, 
both to the flesh and to the man, because he has too much of them. 
When they are taken away by a practitioner, that man receives beauty 

^ S. the hearing of the judge 
D. H 


and loveliness of flesh, and nothing is wanting to it, on account of that 
superfluity that has been taken away from him, but he is even the more 

f. 4oh seen in his beauty for it In like manner therefore, ye also, O pastore, 
conduct yourselves ; because the Church is a body, the members being we 
who beh'eve in God, and are in love in the fear of the Lord according to 
the commandment of the tradition which we bave received. Therefore 
he that devises evil things against the Church, and troubles its members, 
and loves the blames and accusations of enemies^ that is to say, turmoils 
and contentions and calumnies and murmurings and quarrels and questions 
and incrimination and afflictions and accusations ; he that loves these things 
and makes them, and moreover the Enemy is working in him, and he remains 
in the Church, is a stranger to the Church, and of the houschold of the 
Enemy, for it is him whom he serves, who works in him, and he offends 
and afflicts the Church ; that one then if he remains within, is a disgrace 
to the Church because of his blasphemies (S. + and bis great agitation, 
and there is danger lest he destroy the Church of God). To that one 

ProT. TOOL therefore do as it is written in Wisdom, " Cast out the cvil man fronrì 
the congregation, and his contention shall go out with him"; on account 
of litigation and reproach, that he sit not in the congregation and disgrace 
them ali. For that one, when he goes out for the second time from the 
Church, is justly cut off, and the Church is the more beautifìed, for therc 
is peace in it (S. + for it was wanting to her, because from that hour the 
Church will be free from blasphemy and trouble).... But if your mind 
be not pure, either on account of respect of persons, or on account of gifts 
of filthy lucre which ye bave received, and ye put out of the Church those 
who walk correctly, and ye increase many evil, quarrelsome persons, and 
profligate rulers amongst you, ye bring blasphemy against the assembly of 
the Church, and ye bring danger of dcath upon yourselves, that ye be 
deprivcd of eternai life, because ye bave pleased man, and turne<l from 
the truth of God, for the sake of respecting persons, and for the sake 

f. 4ia of accepting vain gifts; and ye bave scattered the Catholic Church, 
daughter and beloved of the Lord God. 


Again, exlwrtation to Bishops and Deacons, that they gtyi^em justly^ and 
that they bé with one another in concord and love ; that tliey do not receive 
testimony from t/ie heathen against a believer, and that a Christian be npt 
vexed and contend with his neighbour, If it liappen that they Itave a lawsuit, 
let them not say their say before the heathen, but before the Church, and Ut 

1 S. the Enemy. 


tliem be pacified, even if one of tìiem lese something according to tliejlesh ; and 
Ut him tliat is ìiard and obstinate about peace be kept from t/ie Church until 
Ile repent ; when the tivo persotts approachy Ut those judge wlw judge without 
respcct of persotis, with inuch caution^ on Mottday^ investigating t/u coìtduct of 
him wlio brings t/te acrusation, and his conscUnce, and tlie reason of his law- 
snit and contention. Afid him that is auused in Uke inanner, Let them 
pnnish jnstly him that is found gtUlty, 

Again^ abont t/tose ivho are angry, t/iat it is tight t/iey should forgive each 
ot/ier*sfanUs, if it be t/iat we seek forgiveness from God. 

Strivc thcrefore, O Bishops, with the Deacons, that ye be rìghtcous 
bcforc the Lord, bccausc the Lord hath said, "If ye be righteous with L5?"L • 

' -^ ° XZil. 27 su 

Me, I also will be righteous with yoii ; and if yc walk with Me frowardly, pi. xrliL 

I also will walk frowardly, saith the Lord of Hosts." Be ye therefore ''^ 

righteous, that ye may be worthy to receive praise from the Lord*. Let Ap. con. 

therefore both the Bishops and the Deacons be of one mind, and let them 

feed the people carefully in one opinion. For it is required of you twain 

that yc bc one flesh, fathcr and son, for ye are in the likeness of the 

Divinity. Let the Deacon make known everything to the Bishop, as 

the Christ doth to His Father; let the Deacon settle some of them 

himself that he can ; the rest of the other things the Bishop must judge ; f. 4ib 

but nevertheless let the Deacon be the ear of the Bishop, and his mouth 

and his heart, and even his soul ; for when ye twain are of one mind 

and in one consent there is peace in the Church. This praise then Ap. con. 

becomes the Christian, that he have not an evil word with any one. "" ^^^ 

But if some temptation should happen to some one from the operation 

of the Enemy, and he have a lawsuit, let him strive to be delivered 

from it, even if he lose somewhat by it Only let him not go to the Ap. con. 

judgment of the heathen, and do not ye receive the testimony of the 

hcathen about any of our people, for by means of the heathen the Enemy 

plots against the servants of God. Because the heathen are destined 

to stand on the Icft, he calls them the left, for our Lord hath said to 

US thus, "Let not thy left band know what thy right band doeth." Let Kau. ^1.8 

not then the heathen know anything about your lawsuits, and receive 

not testimony against yourselves from them. Be not judged before them, 

as also it is said in the Gospels, " Give to Caesar that which is Caesar's, Lukezrss 

and to God that which is God's." Be therefore willing to lose, and more 

zcalous to make peace though losing somewhat in worldly matters for 

the sake of peace; before God it will be thy gain, because thou fearest 

* S. -f and not the blame which is itB opposile 


God, and doest according to the commandment But if there be brethren 
who bave an unavoidable quarrel with one another, which God forbici ! 
it is required of you *that ye immediately make peace*, that ye rulers 
may know that those who venture to act thus perform no act of brother- 
hood in the Lord. If then one of them be of the children of God, humble 
and much oppressed, that one is a son of light; but he who is hard 
and boid and injurious and a blasphemer, he is a hypocrite (S. + and 
the Enemy is working through him). Reprove him therefore, and 

f. 43 a reprimand him, disgrace him and put him out of the Church as a 
rebel, and afterwards receive him that he may not perish utterly. When 
ye punish and rebuke those that are such, ye will not bave many lawsuits. 
For if they do not know the word which was spoken by our Lord in 

KaU. the Gospel, about how many times, if my brother offend me, shall I 
forgive him ? and they are angry with one another (S. + and become 
enemies), teach them, and make peace between them, as it is said, 

Kau. T. 9 " Blessed are the peacemakers." Know that it is reqUired of the Bishop 
with the Elders that he judge cautiously, as our Saviour said, when they' 

Bi»tt. asked Him about how often, if my brother offend me, shall I forgive 

22 him? until seven times? But our Lord said, Not until seven times, but 

until seventy times seven seven. For thus the Lord desireth, that those 
who are His own in truth, should never bave aught against any, and 

Ap. Con. should not be angry with any one*. But if there happen anything, by 
the operation of the Enemy, let them be judged before you ; let it be 
on Monday, lest it happen that some one rise up against the word of 
your judgments; that there be opportunity for you until the Sabbath, 
that ye may arrange the matter, and make peace, and pacify them on the 
Sunday. Let the Bishops then be Constant in ali judgments with the 
Elders and Deacons, and judge ye without respect of persons ; the two 
individuai therefore coming and standing together in judgment, as the 

OoL Ut 18 Scripture hath said, " Those who bave any controversy or litigation with 
one another," and when ye bave heard them righteously, give an answer of 
judgment. Strive to keep them in love, before the judgment come out 
against them, (S. + lest against one of them being a brother there come 
among you a condemnation of earthly judgment, but judge thus, even as 
ye shall certainly be judged), so that in the judgment ye may bave the 
Christ as Associate, Counsellor, Assessor and Overseer of the Court. 

f. 4*b If there are people against whom an accusation is brought that they 

* S. om. ' S. wc 

' S. + and should stili less have lawsuits with any one 


do not walk well in the way of the Lord, having heard the two individuals, 
investigate carefully, like people who decree judgment concerning eternai 
h'fe, or for a harsh and bitter dcath ; and if some one be reproved and 
go out of the Church, he is cast out from life and from everlasting 
glory...he is rejected by men, and found guilty before God. (S. + There- Ap. oon. 

IL zItUÌ* 

foro judge according to the gravity of that conviction with much 
clemcncy), and incline a little, that ye may save, without rcspect of 
pcrsons, (S. + rather than cause to perish, when ye have condemned 
those who are judged). But if there be a man who is innocent, and is 
condemned by judges from rcspect of persons, it will not hurt him 
before God (S. + the judgment of unjust judges) but will rather advantage 
him the more on account of the short time that he hath been unjustly 
judged by men. (S. Afterwards in the day of judgment, because he 
was unjustly condemned, he will be the judge of the unjust judges, 
for ye have been mediators of unjust judgments.) Therefore thus shall ye 
receive rctribution from God, and ye shall be cast out of the Catholic 
Church of God, and that shall be accomplished against you that by 
the judgment that ye have judged ye shall be judged. Therefore when Ap. con. 
ye sit to judge, Ict the two individuals come and stand together ; we do 
not cali them brethren until there be peace betwixt them ; and investigate 
carefully with diligcnce between them about those things concerning 
which thcy have a lawsuit and contention with one another. Learn first 
about him who accuses if there be any accusation against him, or if he 
have brought actions also against others, and again [if] the accusation 
proceed from some former enmity, or from contention or envy, and 
what his conduct is, and if he be humble and without anger; if he 
love widows, and the poor, and strangers, and doth not love filthy lucre ; 
if he be quiet and philanthropic, a lover of ali men ; if he be merciful, 
and stretch out his band to give ; not a glutton and not greedy ; not 
avaricious and not a drunkard; for a perverse heart that deviseth evil Prov-^i» 
things disturbeth cities (S. + at ali times), evcn if he have not done the f. 43a 
evil things that are in the world (S. + adultery, and fornication, and other 
such things). If then he who accuses be free from ali these things, 

(S. + from of old it is known and manifest that he is a believer and his accusation Ap. Con. 
truthful; but if it be known that he is perverse and quarrelsome, and that his ^^ 
deeds are unrighteous, it is evidcnt that he hath brought false witness against your 
brolher. When, therefore, it is found and known that he is unjust; reprove 
him and put him out for a time; until he repent and be converted and weep; 
test again he blaspheme against any other person among the brethren who conducts 
himself well ; or lest another who is like him, sitting in your assembly and seeing 


• that he is not reproved, venture also and do likewise to one of the brethren, 

and perìsh from before God ; but if he who has sinned be reproved and punished, 
and go out for a time, he also who is ready to be like him and to act like hini, 
when he sees him put out, may also fear, lest it happen to him in like manner; 
and he will submit, and live before God, and not be ashamed at ali before man. 
Also in regard to him who is accused, take counsel likewise, and consider 
amongst yourselves, and observe his habits and deeds in the world, whether 
ye have heard many accusations against him, or whether many wicked things 
are done by him; if it be found that many evil deeds are wrought by him, 
it appears as if also this accusation that they bring against him were true. 
It may also happen, that some sin has formerly been committed by him, but 
that he is innocent from the present accusation. Therefore investigate carefuUy 
about these things ; that with great caution and with truth you pronounce sentence 
of judgment Against him that is found guilty judge righteously, and pronounce 
judgment against him; but he amongst thcm who doth not stand by your 
judgment, let him be reproved, and let him go out of the assembly, until he 
repent, and implore the Bishop or the Church, and confess that he has sinned 
and that he repents; and thus there will be a help to many, lest even, when 
another person sees him sitting in the Church neither febuked nor punished, 
he also venture to do like him, thinking that he will live before men, but before 
Ap. Oon. God he will perìsh. But if ye bear one person alone, the other not standing, 
nor defending himself on account of the action which they brìng against 
him, but ye pronounce judgment hastily without consultation or investigation, 
and condemn according to false words which ye believe, he not having stood 
nor made any defence on his own behalf and ye have condemned him, ye 
have become partakers before God with him that hath brought the false witness, 
and ye shall be punished with him before God; for the ]x)rd hath said in the 
FtoT.sxvl. Proverbs, that "he who stirs up strife that is not his is like him that taketh hold of 
JohnTlLM the tail of a dog.'* In another place He hath said, "Judge righteous judgment "; and 
II. 1. 17 again He hath said, "Judge the orphans, and justify the widows,'* and again He 
II. lYlii. e saith, " I^t the oppressed go free, and loose every unjust bond." But if it be 
that ye resemble those Elders that were in Babylon, who brought false witness 
against Susan, and condemned her unjustly to death, ye also will be partakers 
in their judgment and condemnation. For the Lord saved Susan by means of 
Daniel from the band of the unjust ; (S. f. 40 b) but these Elders who were 
guilty of her blood He condemned to the fìre. Then let those who are of 
the sanctuary be far removed from the things of the world. Nevertheless 
Ap. Oon. we say that ye [must] see, brethren, when murderers are brought before 
li. 111. ^j^g Authorìty, that the judges question carefully those that have brought 
them, and learn from them what they have done, and then again they 
say to that doer of evil things, if these things are so, and he confess and 
say yea, they send him not at once to die, but again they interrogate him 
for many days, and draw the curtains, and consider and consult much 
together, and then at last pass sentence of death upon him, and lift up 
their hands to Heaven, and cali to witness that we are clear from men's blood ; 
for they do these things being yet heathen, and knowing not God nor that 
they shall receive retribution from (jod on account of those whom they 


judge and condemn unjustly. But ye, knowing who our God is, and what are Ap. Con. 
His judgments, do ye dare to pronounce sentence on one who is not guilty? ^•****' 
VVe therefore counsel you to investigate carefully with much caution, because 
that the sentence of judgment which ye pronounce goeth up to God at once; 
and if ye havc judged justly, ye will receive the reward of justice from God, 
both now and in that [world] which is to come; and if ye have judged 
unjustly, thus also shall ye receive retribution from God. Strive therefore, 
brethren, that ye be found worthy to receive praise from God, and not blame, 
because praise from God is everlasting life to men, but blame from God is 
cverlasting death to men.) 

Be careful therefore, O Bishops, that ye be not hasty in sitting down in 
judgment hurriedly, lest ye oppress and condemn any one ; but before they 
come and stand in judgment, bring them together, and make peace between 
tlìcm ; and admonish them that have the lawsuit and strife with one 
anothcr; and teach them first that no one ought to be angry; for 
the Lord hath said, that "cvery one who is angry with his brother ^without KAtt.v. 
cause' is condemned in the judgment"; and again, that if it happen that 
there is anger by the work of the Enemy, it is required of you immediately 
in that day that ye be reconciied and pacified, and that ye be at peace 
with one another ; for it is written, " Let not the sun go down upon Wi. !▼. «• 
wrath against thy brother." David also said, " Be ye angry, and sin not" Pi. 
This is, that ye be quickly reconciied, lest anger remaining, there be a 
grudge with it, and it should bear sin, for it is said in the Proverbs, " The ^'^ 
soul that kecpeth a grudge shall die." Again, also our Saviour said, " If thou Matt. t. ss 
bring thy gift to the aitar, and there rememberest that thy brother keepeth 
anger against thee; leave thy gift before the aitar, and go, first be m 
reconciied to thy brother, and then come, oflTer thy gift." But the gift 
of God is our prayer and our Eucharist. If it be then that thou hast 
some grudge against thy brother, or he against thee, thy prayer is not 
heard, nor thy Eucharist accepted, but thou art found void of prayer and 
of the Eucharist, because of the anger that thou keepest. Prayer ought f. 43b 
to be made dilìgcntly at cvery scason. But those who are in anger and 
malice with their brethren, God heareth them not. If then thou prayest 
thrce times an hour, thou hast no advantage, for thou art not heard because 
of the enmity towards thy brother. Therefore if thou carest, and strivest 
to be a Christian, acquiesce in the word of the Lord which He spake. 
" Loose ali the bonds of wickedness, cut the bonds of the yoke of avarice "; i«. ivUi. • 
for our Saviour hath given thee this authority, to forgive thy brother who 
hath wronged thee, until seventy times over seven, seven, that is 49C>times. 
How many times therefore hast thou forgiven thy brother, that thou 

' S. om. 


dost not wish again to forgive him, but keepest a grudge and chcrishest 
ennìity, and desirest to go to law ; thy prayer therefore is hindered, even if 
thou fulfìl the 490 times which thou hast forgiven him, increase also for 
thine own sake, and in thy goodness without anger forgive thy brother. If 
thou doest it not for thy brother's sake, consider, and do it for thine own 
sake : forgive thy neighbour, that thou mayest be heard when thou prayest, 
Ap. ooa* and mayest bring an acceptable offering to the Lord. Because of this there- 
fore, O ye Bishops, that your gifts and prayers may be received, when 
ye stand in the church to pray, let the Deacon say with a loud voice, 
Is there any one who is keeping any grudge against his fellow ? 
If there be found any people who bave a lawsuit and strife with one 
another, persuade and make peace betwixt them; in the house as they 
f. 44 a go in and say, Peace be to this house ; thcy are also evangelists of peace 
who bring peace. If therefore thou preachest peace to others, it is required 
yet more of thee, that thou be at peace with thy brethren, as a son of light 
and of peace. Be to every one light and peace ; and do not contend with 
any one, but be at rest and at peace with every one, and be a helper 
with God (S. + so that the number of the saved may be increased), 
for this is the will of the Lord God. They who love to be in enmity 
and quarrels, those are the enemies of God, because that the Lord 
Ap. Con. from the beginning from generation to generation, by means of prophets 
and righteous men, calleth to repentance and to life. And we too, 
the Apostles, who bave been found worthy to be witnesses of His 
revelation in (S. + and preachers of) the knowledge of the Divine 
Word, we have heard from the mouth of the Lord Jesus the Christ, 
we know truly and say, what is His will and the will of His Father, that 
tt iSl*' ^^ ^"® should perish, but that ali men should belicvc and live ; for this is what He taught us, that we should say when we pray, " Thy will be done on 
earth as it is in Heaven," that as the Angcls of Ileaven and al! the Powers 
praise God, thus also upon the earth should men praise God. It is His 
will therefore to save ali men, and this is His delight, that there should be 
many who are saved. But he who is contentious, and is an enemy to his 
neighbour, diminishes the people of God (S. + for he sends out him whom 
he accuses from the Church and diminishes it) and deprives God of the soul 
of a man which would have been saved, or by means of his contentiousness 
expels and casts himself out from the Church, and thus again he sins against 
Katt. sii. God, for God our Saviour hath said thus, "Every one that is not with Me is 
Lukaxtas against Me, and every one that gathereth not with Me scattereth abroad." 
f. 44b Thou art not therefore a helper with God, to gather the people^ because 


thou art a disturber, and a scatterer of the flock, and an adversary 
of God. Be not therefore constantly prone to quarrel, either by fìghts 
or by calumnies, or by enmity or by lawsuits, that thou scatter not 
people from the Church, because that we, by the power of the Lord 
God, have collected from ali peoples, and from ali tongues, and have 
brought [thcm] to the Church by much labour and toil, and by daily 
danger, that we may do the will of God, and fili the chambcr with guests, 
that is to say, the Catholic Church, that they should be glad and rejoice 
and confcss and praise God, Him who has called them to salvation, and ye 
therefore, O ye laity ! be at peace with one another, and like wise doves, 
strive to fili the Church, and those who are without convert and reconcile 
and cause to enter her (the Church). This is a great reward which is 
promised by God, if ye save thcm from the fire and bring them into 
the Church, confirmed and believing. 


Cotnmands Bishops to be quiet and humble^ far removed from ali 
liarshncss and anger y and tcaches tliem about tlu Order of the House of God, 
and how tlu places in it should be distribnted for standing and f or sitting^ to 
every rank as befits it. And if there conte a vtan from anotlur Church^ let 
him liave honour as befits him ; let him be hononred with tlu place that suits 
hintf and let not tlu Christy who loveth strangers^ be despised in him, 

Ye thcn, O Bishops, be not harsh nor tyrannical nor irascible ; and Ap. con. 
be not wroth with the people of God whom He has given into your hands ; 
do not destroy the House of God nor scatter His people ; but convert f. 45 a 
ali men, that ye may be helpcrs with God. Assemble the believers 
with much humility and long sufìfering, and with patience without anger ; 
by doctrine and entreaty, as servants of the everlasting kingdom ; in 
your assemblies, in the holy Churches, after ali good pattems form your 
gatherings, and arrange the places for the brethren carefully with ali 
sobriety. Let a place be reserved for the Elders in the midst of the 
eastern part of the House, and let the throne of the Bishop be placed 
amongst them ; let the Elders sit with him ; but also at the other eastern 
side of the house let the laymen sit ; for thus it is required that the Elders 
should sit at the eastern side of the house with the Bishops, and after- 
wards the laymen, and next the women : that when ye stand to pray 
the rulers may stand first, afterwards the laymen, and then the women 
also, for towards the East it is required that ye should pray, as ye know 
that it is written, "Give praise to God, who rideth on the heavens of heavens JJ* **^^ 

D. 1 


towards the East." As for the Deacons, let one of them stand constanti/ 
over the gifls of thankfulness (the Eucharist), and let another stand 
outside the door and look at those who come in ; and aflerwards when ye 
make offerlngs, let them serve together in the Church. And if a man 
be found sìtting out of his place, let the Deacon who is within reprove 
him, and make him get up and sit in the place that befits him, for our 
Lord compared the Church to a fold. For as we see the irrational beasts, 

f. 45 b we mean oxen, sheep, and goats, lying down in herds, rising and 
feeding and mating, and none of them is separate from its race ; and also 
the beasts of the deserts go in the mountains along with those who are like 
them. Thus therefore it ought to be also in the Church, that those who 
are children should sit by themselves, if there be room ; if not, let them 
stand upon their feet. And let those who are advanced in years sit by 
themselves. But let the children stay at one side, or let their fathers 
and mothers keep them bcside them and let them stand on their feet. 
Again, also let those who are girls sit apart, or if there be not room let 
them stand on their feet behind the women. Let those who are married 
and young and bave children stay by themselves, but the old women and 
widows sit by themselves, the Deacon seeing as every one enters that 
he goes to his place, lest any one sit in a place that is not his. Let the 
Deacon also notice lest any one whisper, or sleep or laugh or make signs ; 
for thus it is required that [people] be attentive in the Church, with watch- 
fulness and good manners, and with their ears open to the word of the 

Ap. Con. Lord. If there come a person from another assembly, a brother or a 
sistcr, let the Deacon ask and learn if she be the wife of a man, or again 
if she be a believing widow, if she be a daughter of the Church, or if it 
be one of the heresies, and then let him lead her and put hcr in the place 
that befits her. If an Elder come from another assembly, yc Eldcrs 
receive him to a share in your place, and if he be a Rishop let him sit 
with the Bishop, and let him give him the honour of his place like himself ; 

f. 46 a and let the Bishop say to him that he preach to his people; for entreaty 
and admonition of strangers is of great help, especially because it is written, 

LukaiY.M that "no prophet is acceptable in his country." When ye are offcring 
the Eucharist, let him speak. If he be wise, and give thee honour and do 
not wish to officiate, yet over the cup let him speak. If while ye are sitting, 
there come another person, either man or woman who has honour in 
the world, either from the place or from another assembly, thou then, 
O Bishop, who speakest the word of the Lord, or hearest, or readest, 
do not shew respect to persons and leave off the service of thy word 


to appoint them a place, but remain thou quietly as thou art; do not 
interrupt thy word, but let the brethren receive them. If there be no 
room, let that one of the brethren who is full of love, and loves his brethren 
and would do honour, rise and give them place. Let him stand on his 
feet If whilc the boys or the giris are sitting, he or she that is eldest rise 
and give up his [or her] place, look thou, O Deacon, at those who are 
sitting, for him who is younger than his comrades or her who is younger ; 
make them rise, and seat the one who rose and gave up his place. Lead 
the one whom thou hast made to rise and put him behind his comrades, 
that others also may be educated and learn to give place to those who 
are more honourable than they. If a poor man or a poor woman come, 
either bclonging to thine own assembly, or from another assembly, and 
cspccially if they are advanced in years, and there be no room for such, 
appoint a place for them with ali thy heart, O Bishop, even if thou hast to 
sit on the floor, and bc not thou like a respccter of persons, but let thy f. 46b 
service bc acceptable to God. 


Tliat Ilo Christian s/iould neglect the assembly of t/ie Church at tlu tifne of 
prayer^ or of the Enc/iarist ; not for tlu sake of tlu work of the luinds^ or any 
otiur tvork of tlu world; lu slionld not go to a tluatrical spectacUy to hear 
heatlun wordsy dissiiading his soni away from the luaring of tlu words of tlu 
Scriptures oflife; nor to tlu foreigfi assemblies of heretics. Let tliose who are 
children in tlu Church luar and serve in it ivitliout lazituss. Let no Christiofi 
love idleness from tlu work of luimiicrafty which is alien to the Church. 

When thou teachest, command and remind the people, that they Ap. oon. 
be Constant in the assembly of the Church ; so that ye be not hindered, but 
that they bc constantly asscmbled, that no one diminish the Church by not 
assenibling, and make smaller by a membcr the body of Christ For it is not 
about others alone that a man sliould think, but also about himself, hearing 
what our Lord hath said, that " he who gathereth not with Me scattereth Matt. sii. 


abroad.** As, thercfore, ye are members of the Christ, scatter not yourselves 
from the Church by not a.ssembling yourselves, for ye bave a head, that is 
the Christ, as He counsels and promises, that ye are partakcrs with us. 
Thereforc do not despise yourselves, and do not deprive our Saviour of His 
members ; do not mangle and scatter His body, do not bave more respect 
to the aflfairs of the world than to the word of God, but leave everything on 
the Lord's day and run eagerly towards your Church, for this is your glory. 


If not, what excuse will ye have before God, for those who have not 
t A7SL assemblee! on the Lord's day, to bear the Word of Life, and to be nourished 
nfia?"^ with the divine food which endureth for ever? For ye strive to get the 
things that are for a time, for a day or an hour, but ye neglect those that 
are eternai ; ye go on providing for bathing, for eating, for drinking, for the 
belly, and for other things to be nourished ; but for eternai things ye do not 
care; ye despise your souls and do not hasten to the Church, that ye may 
bear and receive the Word of God. In comparison with those who err, what 
apology have ye? for, because the heathen, when they rise from their sleep 
every day, go in the morning to worship and serve their idols, before ali their 
works and labours they go first and worship their idols, and also they do not 
neglect their feasts and pilgrimages, but assemble constantly, not only the 
natives, but also those who come from afar. They also assemble for the 
spectacle of their own theatre, and ali of them come. Thus also those who 
vainly are called Jews, are idle one day for six, and assemble in their 
synagogue. They do not neglect their holidays, they who have deprived 
themselves of the strength of the Word, because they believe not, nor even 
of the name by which they have called themselves, i>. Jews. Jew is 
interpreted as confession, but they are not confessors, for they do not confess 
to the murder of the Christ, which they have committed in transgressing the 
Law, that they may repent and live. If, therefore, those who are not saved 
strive always for the things in which there is no profìt nor help to them, 
f. 47 b what excuse has he before the Lord God ? he who restrains himself from 
the assembly of the Church, and does not even imitate the Gentiles ; and 
because he does not assemble, neglects himself and goes afar, and does 
Jer.xTi.u iniquities; those to whom the Lord spake by means of Jeremiah, "My 
laws ye have not kept;" but ye have not even walked according to the 
laws of the Gentiles, and ye have almost excellcd them in wickedness. 
Jar. u. 11 ** Have the nations changed their gods, which yet are no gods ? but My 
people hath changed its glory for that which doth not profìt" How then 
can he who is neglectful make excuse, he who is not zealous in the 
Ap. oon. assembling of the Church of God ? If a man gets an excuse on account of 
secular work and is prevented, let him know that the handicrafts of believers 
are called works of superfluity; for the sure work is the fear of God. 
Do your handicrafts, therefore, as a work of superfluity for your nourish- 
ment, but let your real work be the worship of God. Strive, therefore, 
never to be hindered from the assembling of the Church. But if a man 
forsake the assembling of the Church of God, and go to the assembly of 
the Gentiles, what shall he say, and what excuse will he make to God in 


the day of judgment? who has left the Holy Church, and the words of the 

liviiìg God which live and give life, and can redeem and save from the fire 

and give life? and hath gone to the assembly of the heathen, because he 

desired the spectacle of the theatre ? Therefore he will be considered as 

one of those who enter there because he desired to hear and receive the 

fables of their words, which are those of dead men, and of the spirit of 

Satan ; for they are dead and cause death, they cause people to tum from 

the faith, and bring near to everlasting fire. Yet ye care for the world, and f- 48 a 

occupy yourselves with domestic conccrns, and ye disdain to hasten to the 

Cathoh'c Church, the bclovcd daughter of the Lord God Most High, that 

ye may receive the doctrine of God which remaineth for ever and is able 

to give life to those who receive the Word of Life. Be, therefore, Constant 

in asscmbiing with the believers who are saved in your mother the Church, 

her who liveth and giveth life to her children. Be watchful not to assemble ^P- con. 

II. Izil. 

yourselves as* those who perish in the theatre, which is an assembly of the 

heathen of error and of perdition ; for he who enters into the assembly of 

the Gentilcs shall bc counted as one of them, and shall receive woe ; for 

the Lord saith by means of Isaiah the Prophet to those who are such, 

" Woe, woe, to [those who] come from the spectacle," and again He saith, 

" ' Womcn who come from the spectacle, because this is a people who have u. xxtil 

no understanding." Therefore He calls the Church' women, those whom 

He has called, and brought out, and drawn from the spectacle of the 

theatre, and He holds and receives them, and He has taught us not to go 

there any more; for He saith in Jeremiah, "Leani not the way of the Jer. x.9 

nations," and again in the Gospel He hath said, "Go not in the way iiatt.x. 5 

of the Gentilcs." Here, therefore. He teaches and warns, that we remove 

completely from ali hercsies, which are the cities of the Samaritan.s, 

and that we should not enter into strange synagogues, and^ from their 

pilgrimagcs which are on behalf of ìdols. Let a believer not approach their 

pilgrimagc, excepting to buy provision for his body and his life. Remove 

yourselves far from ali vain spectacles of idols, and from their feasts and 

piigrimages. Let then those who are children in the Church serve ^p. Oon. 

II. ^*1Hi 

diligcntly without laziness, in ali things that are requircd, with much f. 48 b 

modesty and chastity. AH ye believers, therefore, at ali times always 

when ye are not in the Church be Constant at your labours ; and in ali the 

course of your life either be Constant in exhortation, or labour at your work 

and never be idle, because the Lord hath said, " Be like the ant, O sluggard, ptot. t1. 6 

* S. with ' S. + Thou wilt have mercy on 

* S. Churches * S. + let us flee also far from the theatre and 


7 emulate its ways, and learn from it ; for it has no office, and no one 

8 to impel it, nor is it under authority. It gathers its food in the summer, 
8» and collects much food in the harvest" And again He saith, " Go to the 

bee, and learn how she works, that she doeth her work with wisdom, and 
8^ from her work she ofTereth food to the rich and to the poor. She is 

beloved and honoured, and yet she hath little strength. She honoureth 
8 wisdom and she is illustrious. Until when wilt thou sleep, O sluggard, 

10 and when wilt thou arise from thy slumber ? Thou wilt sleep a little and 
slumber a little, and sit a little, and put thy hands upon thy breast. 

11 Poverty shall come upon thee as one who runs, and want as a skilful man. 
If then (S. + thou art) without laziness, thy revenues shall increase and 
overflow like a fountain, and poverty be removed from thee." Work, 

9Th«M. therefore, at ali times, for idleness is a blot for which there is no cure. " If 
any man among you .work not, neither let him eat," for the Lord even 
hateth sluggards, for a sluggard cannot be a believer. 


A bout Widaws, atid atout tlu time oftluir arder in t/te C/mrch, Eiicomiuni 
on her w/io keeps tlu stattite of Iter widoivliood before God^ attd cofidemnatiou 
of her who tramples on lur statute, Exiiortation to the Bishop abotU tfie 
Widows aftd the Poor and tlu Needy, 

Let widows then be appointed ; she who is not less than fìfty years of 
f. 49a age and over, in order that by reason of her years she may be removed 
m! 1. ' from the thought of having another husband. If you appoint one who is 
a girl to the place of a widow, and she doth not support her widowhood 
because of her youth, she will take a husband, and bring disgrace upon the 
glory of widowhood. She will give account to God, first for having had 
two husbands, and next for having promised to God to be a widow ; she 
has received as a widow and did not remain in widowhood. If there be 
the widow of a young man who was for a short time with her husband, 
and he died, 'or for any other reason which she receives and there be no 
separation^ and she remain alone by herself, being in the honour of 
widowhood, she will be blessed by God, because she has rcsembled that 
widow who was in Zareptah of Sidon, with whom the holy messenger, the 
Prophet of God, found rest, or she will be as Anna, who cclcbrated the 
coming of the Christ, and there was a testimony to her, and for her 
goodness she receives honour from man on the earth, and inherits glory 
^ 2?" ^^^^ ^^ *" Heaven. Let not then young widows be appointed to the 

* S. or for any other reason there be separation 


office of widows, but Ict them be taken care of and trained' lest by reason 
of their indigence they seek to talee a husband a second time, and this act 
be an undisciplined one ; for ye know that she who has had one husband 
has had him lawfully', and beyond this it ìs fornication. Therefore take by Ap. con. 
the hand those who are young, that they may remain in chastity to 
God. Take care of them, therefore, O Bishop, and remembcr also the 
poor; hold them by the hand, and provide for them, even if none of f. 490 
them be widowers or widows, and they need help on account of poverty, 
or of sickness, or are straitened on account of the education of their 
childrcn. It is required of thee that thou care for ali men, and pay 
attention to ali men. Therefore those who bring gifts are not to givc to Ap. con. 
the widows with their own hands, but are to offer to thee on their behalf, 
as thou art wcU acquaintcd with those who are straitened, that thou 
maycst distributc to them like a good steward (S. + from what is given 
to thee) ; for God knowcth him that giveth, even when he is not present ; 
and when thou distributest teli them the name of the giver, that they 
may pray for him by his name. For in ali the Scriptures the Lord 


commandcth about the poor, even that they be partakers ; and He even 
adds in Isaiah, and saith thus, " Break thy bread to the hungry, and bring iiaUh 
the poor man that hath no shelter into thy house ; when thou seest the 
nakcd clothe him, and tum not away from thinc own flesh." Therefore by 
every mcans care for the poor. 


How it bcfits Widows to conduct tìumselves in tranqtiillity and cltastity^ 

and it is not fitting tliat wovten s/iould teach, not even tlwse who are tlu 

Widoivs of the Church, nor the laity, Abont tlie dissimulation of false 

Widoivs, On the manners of chaste Widows. Tliat it is necessary for 

Widows to be obedient to the Rishop and Deacons^ and not to do anything 

without permissiony and that those are gnilty who act thus^ or pray with tftose 

ivho are scparated, That it is not permitted to a woman to baptize, Again, 

of the jealonsies of false Widows amongst tlicmselves. Reproof of tliose who 

cnrse by their jealonsies, 

It is required, therefore, of every one who is a widow that shè be Ap. ckiil 
humble, peaceful and quiet ; and also that she be not wicked nor angry, * ^' 
nor a great talker, nor lift up her voice when she speaks, and that she have f. ^oa 
not a long tongue, nor love quarrels ; and that when she sces or hears any- 
thing that is hateful, she be as though she saw and heard it not. Let the 

> S. helped « S. C. +and two 


widow care for nothing else, but to pray for those who givc, and for the 
whole Church. When she is asked for an explanation by any one, let her 
not give an answer in baste, uniess it be about righteousness alone, and 
about the faith of God, and let her send those who wish to be instructed to 
the authorities. To those who ask them, let them return an answer only. 
[S. + It is not fitting for a widow to teach, nor for a layman either.] But 
about the destruction of idols, and about there being only one God, about 
punishment and about rest, and about the kingdom of the name of the 
Chrìst, and about His providence, it is not incumbent on the widow nor on 
the layman to talk ; for if they talk without the knowlcdge of doctrine, thcy 
bring blasphemy against the Word; for our Lord compared the word of His 
Gospel to a grain of mustard ; for mustard, if it be not prepared with art, 
is bitter and sharp to those who use it. Therefore the Lord said in the 
Matt.Tii.6 Gospel to widows and to ali the laity, "Do not throw your pearls before 
swine, lest they trample them with their feet, and turn again and rend 
you"; for when the heathen who are instructed, hear the Word of God 
that it is not spoken in an orderly manner as it ought to be, for edification 
to eternai life, especially because it is declared to them by a woman, about 
how our Lord became incarnate, and about the Passion of the Chrìst, they 
f. 50 b ^ìll mock and joke, instead of praising as is right the word of the doctrine, 
Ap. don. and she will incur a great condemnation for the sin. Therefore it is not 
required nor necessary that women should be teachers, especially about the 
name of the Christ, and about salvation by His Passion, for women were 
not appointed to teach, especially not a widow, but that they should make 
prayer. and supplication to the Lord God. For evcn Jesus the Christ, 
our Teacher, sent us the Twelve to make disciples of the people and the 
nations. There were with us female disciples, Mary Magdalene^ and 
another Mary, and He did not send [them] to make disciples with us of 
the people. For if it were required that women should teach, our Teacher 
would bave commanded them to make disciples with us. But let the 
widow know that she is the Aitar of God, and let her constantly sit in 
her house ; let her not wander and gad about among the houses of believcrs 
in order to receive ; for the Aitar of God doth not wander and gad about 
anywhere, but remaineth in one place. It is, therefore, not fitting that a 
widow should wander and gad about amongst houses ; for those who are 
wanderers are without modesty, and do not even frequent their own houses 
and sit in them, because they are not widows, but blind persons, and they 
care for nothing else, but to be ready to receive, because they are talkative, 

^ S. + and Mary the daughter of James 


and murmurers, insolent and inciters of quarrels, and they bave no shame, 

for thosc that are such are unworthy of Him who has called them, for net 

cven in the communion of the assembly of rest on Sunday, whén they 

come, are they attcntlve who are such, the woman or the man, they either 

sleep soundly, or talk about something else; so that by their means 

othcrs also are taken captive by Satan the enemy, and he does not allow 

them to be attentive to the Lord. Therefore those that are such, when they f. 51 a 

cnter the Church empty, go out of the Church yet more empty, because 

they hear nothing that is spoken or read that they should receive it 

with the ears of their hearts. Those that are such are likc those about 

whom Isaiah spoke, " Hear ye indeed, but understand not, and see ye is. tl » 

indced, but perceivc not ; for the heart of this people is made fat, and 10 

with their cars they hear heavily ; their eyes have they closed that they 

may ncver see with their eyes, nor hear with their ears." In this same 

manner are closed the ears of the hearts of such widows, so that they sit not Ap. con. 

ni. Tii. 
beneath the shelter of their houses in order to pray and entreat the Lord, 

but they hasten to run so as [to gain] some advantage, and by their talking 

they accomplish the lusts of the Enemy. Such a widow then is not fìtted 

for the Aitar of the Christ; for it is written in the Gospel, "That if two ISS^'ig 

agree and ask about ali that they wish to be, it shall be given to you ; and 

if they say to a mountain, that it be removed and fall into the sea, yes, it m. 21 

shall be thus." We see, therefore, that there are widows, by whom this 

thing is considered a merchandise, and they receive with avidity, and 

instcad of doing good works and giving to the Bishop as for the reception 

of strangcrs, and for the relief of the oppressed, they lend for bitter usury, 

they care for nothing but Mammon, those whose gods are their purses, and 

their glory is their bellies; for where their treasure is, there is also their PWi.lii.i9 

heart. For she who is assiduous to gad about in order to receive does 21 

not devise good things, but only worships Mammon, and serves filthy lucre; f. 51 b 

and she cannot please God, nor attend to His service, by being Constant 

in praycr and supplication, for her soul is much held captive by diligence 

in avarice. When she stands up to pray, she recollects where she should 

go to receive something, or that she has forgotten again to say some word 

to her friends. While she is standing in prayer her mind is not upon the 

prayer, but upon the idea that has come up in her soul. The prayer of 

such an one will not be heard, but is quickly cut short because of the 

agitation of her mind, because she has not offered prayer to God with 

her whole heart, but she goes into the thought wrought by Satan, and she 

speaks with her friends about something in which there is no advantage, 

D. K 


because she does not know how she has believed, or of what place she is 
deemed worthy. But the widow who wishes to please God sits within 
her house, and meditates in the Lord by day and by night, without ceasing, 
at ali times ofTering prayer and supplication, praying purely before the 
Lord, and receiving whatsoever she asketh, because ali her mind is set 
upon this, for her soul is not greedy to receive, nor is her desire great to 
make great expenses, nor doth her eye wander about to see and desire 
anything and impede her mind. She doth not listen to wicked words to 
consent to them, for she goeth not out and gaddeth not without. Because 
of this her prayer is not impeded by anything, and her peacefulness, her 
quietness, with her purity, are accepted before God. Whatever she asketh 
of God she quickly receiveth her desire, for such a widow as she is 

f. 52a loveth not Silver, nor fìlthy lucre, and is not greedy nor covetous, but is 
Constant in prayer, humble, not excitable, pure and modest ; who sitteth 
in her house and worketh with wool and flax, that she may provide 
something for those who are straitened, or make return to others and not 
receive anything from them, because she remembereth that widow to whom 

SL^S** our Lord bare witness in the Gospel, her who came and threw into the 
treasury two mites, which make one dinar, her whom when our Lord and 
48 Teacher, the searcher of hearts, saw. He said unto us, O my disciples ! this 
M poor widow hath cast in more alms than ali men, because they ali from their 
abundance have cast in, but she hath cast in ali the treasure that she had. 
(S. + Tliat it is not fitting for widows to do anything witìiout t/te command- 
mento/ the Bishop,) It is therefore required of widows to be obedient to the 
Bishop, to be shamefaced and modest, to reverence the Bishop as [they 
reverence] God ; not to act according to their own will, nor to do anything 
except what is commandcd them by the Bishop, nor talk with any one 
without counsel as if for conversion, nor go with any one to cat or to drink, 
nor should they fast with any one, nor receive aught from any one, nor put 
their hands upon nor pray for any one, except by the command of the 
Bishop ; but if some one do any thing that has not bccn commanded Ict 
her be prevented (S. reproved) because she has conducted herself without 

Ap. don. discipline. For whence dost thou know, O woman, from whom thou hast 

ITI- Vili. 

received, or from what service thou hast been nourished, or on account of 
whom thou hast fasted, or on whom thou hast put thy hand ? Dost thou 
not know that about each of these things thou shalt give account to the 
52 b Lord in the day of judgment, because thou hast been partaker of their 
Works ? 


Rcproof of rebelliotts Widozvs. 

But thou, O widow who art without discipline, thou seest the widows 
thy companions, or thy brethren, in sicknesses, and thou carest not to fast 
and pray for thy menìbers, to put thy hand and to visit them ; but thou 
makest thyself as if thou wcrt not in health, or as if thou wert not sufficient, 
and with others who are in sins or who havc gone out from the Church, 
bccausc thcy givo much, thou art ready to go joyfully and to visit them. 
Thercfore ye ought to be ashamcd, ye who are such, ye who wish to 
be wiscr and more intelligent not only than men, but also more so than 
the Elders and the Bisliops. Know then, O sisters! that in obeying ali that 
the Pastors command you, with the Deacons, ye are obeying God, and in 
ali that ye take part by the order of the Bishop ye are blameless before 
God, as also every brothcr of the laity, when he obeyeth the Bishop and 
submitteth unto him, because they will give account on behalf of ali men, 
but if ye obey not the mind of the Bishops and the Deacons, they will be 
clear from your fauits, and you will give account of ali that you have done 
of your own will, or of yours, O ye widows ! 

// is not proper to pray with otte who is censured (S. separaied), For 
evcry one who prays or takes part with any one who has gone out of the 
Church, is justly reckoned with him, for these things lead to the dissolution 
and the destruction of souls. For if any one take part and pray with 
him who is censured and is put out of the Church, and doth not obey the 
Bishop, he obeyeth not God, and is polluted along with him. Also he f. 53 a 
allowcth him not to repent. For if a man doth not take part with him he 
repenteth, and weepeth, and prayeth, and iiiiploreth to be received, and 
turneth from what he hath done and is saved. 

// is uot pertnitted to a woman to baptize, 

We do not advise a woman to baptize or to be baptized by a woman, Ap. con. 
for that is a transgression of the command ments, and there is great danger 
to her who baptizeth and also to him who is baptized ; for if it were lawful 
to be baptized by a woman, our Lord and Teacher would have been 
baptized by Mary His mother ; but He was baptized by John, as also others 
of the people. Therefore do not bring danger on yourselves, brothers and 
sisters, acting beyond the law of the Gospel. 

About the jealousy of false Widows towards one anot/ier, About jealousy, Ap. Conu 
or cnvy, or about calumny and murmurings, and about strife and vain 
talking, or about contention, we have spoken to you before ; it is not 
suitable that thcse things should be in a Christian ; nor is it fitting that 
one of them should even be namcd among the widows. But because the 


Author of Evil has many devices he enters into those who are not widows, 
and is glorified in them. Por there are some who say of themselves that 
they are widows, and do no works worthy of their name. Por it is not for 
the name of widowhood that they are found worthy to enter the Kingdom ; 
but on account of faith and works. Por if she cultivatc good things, she 
will be honoured and praised ; but if she cultivate evil things, and do 
the works of the Wicked One, she shall be reproved, and cast out from 
the everlasting kingdom, because she hath forsaken eternai things, and 
(S. desired and) loved the things of time. Por we see and hear that 
there are some who are called widows and there is among them jealousy 

f. 53 b of one another. Por when some old woman, thy companion, has received 
a garment or a gift from some one, thou, O widow, when thou seest thy 

Ap. Con. sister comforted, thou who art a widow of God oughtest to say, Blessed 
be God, who comforteth the old woman my comrade ; thou wilt glorify 
God, and afterwards him that gave, and thou wilt say, Let his deed be 
received in truth. Remember him. Lord, for good in the day of Thy 
retribution ; and also my Bishop ; his conduct is good before Thee, and 
he dispenses alms as it is necessary. Por this old woman, my comrade, 
was naked, and was provided for. Increase praise to him, and gtve him 
a crown of glory in the day of Revelation, the [day] of Thy coming. 

Ap. Con. Again, also that widow who has received alms from the Lord shall pray for 

^' him who served (S. did this service), hiding his name, like a wise woman, 

that his righteousness* may be with God, and not with men. This service 

Matt. tL 8 is as it was said in the Gospel, " When thou doest alms, let not thy left 
hand know what thy right hand doeth," lest when thou dost disclose and 
reveal his name in praying for him who gave, his name be exposed and 
come to the ears of the heathen, and the heathen, that is the men of the 
left hand, should know ; for it might happen also that one of the believers, 
on hearing thee, should go out and talk. It is not suitable that sudi 
things should go forth and be revealed, or be spoken of in the Church, for he 
who goeth out and talketh about them obeyeth not God. But do thou 
pray for him, concealing his name, and thus thou shalt fulfìl that which is 
written, thou and the widows that are such, who are the holy Aitar of the 
God, Jesus the Christ. We have now heard that there are widows who do 
not conduct themselves according to the commandment, but only care for 

f. 54 a this, that they may beg and wander and gad about. She again who has 
received alms from the Lord, if she be without sense, revealing what has 
happened (S. what is evident to her that interrogates her), reveals and 


makes known the name of the giver. And she, whencver she has heard it, 
grumbles and blames the Bishop who made the provision, or the Elder 
(S. Deacon) or him that gave the gift, and says, Dost thou not know that I 
am nearer to thee, and I am much more destitute than she ? She knoweth 
not that this hath not happened by the will of man, but by the command- 
nient of God. For if thou testifiest, and sayest, I am nearer to thee, and 
thou knowest that I am more destitute tlian she, thou oughtest to know him 
who has commanded, and be silent, and not blame him who has scrved ; 
but go into thy house, and fall on thy face, and thank God on behalf of 
the widow thy companion, and pray also for the giver, and for the server, 
and seek from the Lord that the door of compassion may be opened also to 
thee, and the Lord will bear thy prayer quickly which is without grudge, 
and will scnd to thcc more compassion than to that widow thy comrade, 
from whence thou hast ncver hoped to be served, and the proof of thy 
patience shall be found (S. praised). Or do ye not know that it is written 
in the Gospel, " When thou doest alms, do not blow a trumpet before thee Mau. tì 9 
(S. before men), that thou mayest be seen of them, as the hypocrites do. 
Verily I say unto thee that they bave received their reward " ? 
About i/ie aiidacity (S. rcproof) of cursed Widows, 
If therefore God command that a service be performed in secret, and he 
who serves has performed it thus ; thou therefore who hast received in 
secret, why dost thou proclaim openly? or thou again, why dost thou 
inquire? for not only dost thou roundly blame, and grumble like a fool f. 54b 
(S. not a widow), and thou also givest forth curses like the heathen. Or hast 
thou not heard what the Scripture saith, " Everyone who blesseth shall be Jfjif""^ 
blessed, and every one who curseth shall be cursed "? Again in the Gospel 
He said, " Bless them that curse you," and again He said, "When ye go into j^^^ ^^ 
an house, say, Peace be to this house. And if the house be worthy of your iiatt.x. is 
pcace, it shall come upon it, but if it be not worthy, it shall return to you." . 
If therefore peace return to those that bave sent it, more therefore shall Ap. con. 
the cursc bc upon him who hath launched it. For if we (S. they) who 
bave scnt it out in vain, because he against whom it was sent was not 
worthy to receive a curse, everyone who curseth anyone in vain curseth 
himself; for it is written in the Proverbs, " As the swallows and the birds Ptot. 
fly, thus vain curses return." And again he said, that "those who send p-*,- - ig 
forth curses are void of understanding**; for we are compared to the likeness 
of the bee, as the Lord said, Go to the bee, and learn from ber how Prov. tì 6 
she worketh, that she doeth ber work with wisdom, and from ber work food 8 
is oflered to the rich and the poor, for she is graceful and glorious, though 


she hath little strength. Therefore as the bce with little strength, when shc 

stingeth anyone leaveth her dart, is sterile and soon dieth, thus also we 

believers^ in this likeness, every evil thing that we do to another persoti vve 

TobiiiT.iA are hurting ourselves. For every thing that thou wouldst hate to happen 

OeiLzinru. ^^ ^j^^^^ Jq ^q^ ^j^q^ ^^ another. Therefore everyone who blesseth is 

f. 55 a blessed, and he who curseth is cursed. Adnìonish and reprove those who 
are without discipline. Adnìonish therefore, strengthen and increase those 
who act honestly. Let the widows therefore be removed froin curses, for 
they are appointed to bless. Therefore neither let Bishop, nor Elder, nor 
Deacon, nor Widow send out a curse fronì their mouth, that they inlicrit 
not a curse, but a blessing. Let this be a care to thee, O Bishop, that 
not even one of the laity should send out a curse from his mouth ; for 
thou hast the care of every man. 


Of the appoinUfietit of Deacons and Deaconesses^ and of how it is fitiiug 

for thetn to conduct tliemselves in their service, wii/iout indolence of tfie mimi 

nor license, 

Therefore, O Bishop, appoint for thyself workers of righteousness and 

helpers, to help with thee to life, electing those who please thee from 

ali the people (S. and appoint Deacons). The man who is elected 

is for many oversights that are required, but a woman for the service of 

the women ; for there are houses where thou canst not send a Deacon 

to the women on account of the heathen. Send a Deaconess for many 

things. The office of a woman Deaconess is required, first, when women 

go down to the water, it is necessary that they be anointed by a Deaconess, 

and it is not fitting that the anointing oil should be given to a woman to 

touch ; but rather the Deaconess. For it is necessary for the Priest who 

baptizeth, to anoint her who is baptized ; but when there is a woman, 

and especially a Deaconess, it is not fitting for the women that they be 

seen by the men, but that by the laying on of the hand the head alone be 

f. 55 b anointed, as of old time the Priests and Kings of Israel were anointed. 

Ap. Con. Thou also, in like manner, by laying on [thy] hand, anoint the head of 
m. zvi. 

those who receive baptism, whether of men or of women, and afterwards, 

whether thou thyself baptize, or command the Deacon or the Elder to 

baptize, let it be a Deaconess, as we said before, who anoints the women. 

Let a man repeat over them the names of the invocation of the Godhead 

in the water. And when she that is baptized arises from the water let 

the Deaconess receive her, and teach her and educate her, in order that 


the unbreakable seal of baptism he with purity and holiness. Therefore we 
affirm that the service of a woman, a Deaconess, is necessary and obligatory, 
because even our Lord and Saviour was served by the band of women 
deaconesses, vvho were Mary the Magdalene, and Mary (Cod. S. daughter) 
of Janìes, the mother of Joses, and the mother of Zebedee's children, 
with other women. This service of Deaconesses is necessary also to thee 
for many things, for in the houses of the heathen, where there are believing 
women, a Deaconess is required, that she may go in and visit those who 
are sick, and serve them with whatever thcy need, and' anoint (S. wash) 
those who are healed froin sicknesscs. 

Cod. S. Atout Deacons, Let the Deacons in their conduct resemble the Ap. Oon. 
Bishop ; Ict tlìciìì however work very niuch more than he. \^l them not love filthy ™' ***• 
lucro, but Ict them be diligcnt in service. According to the number of the con- 
grcgation of tiic Church let there be Deacons, that they may be able to distinguish 
and to comfort e very one, so that to the aged women who bave no strength, and to 
the brothcrs and sisters who are in sicknesses, they may prepare for every one of 
them the service that is fitting for him. But let a woman preferably be diligent in the 
service of the women, and a man, a Deacon, in the service of the men. Let him be 
ready to bear and to obey the command of the Bishop. In every place to which he 
is sent to serve or to say something to any one, let him work and labour ; for it is 
necessary that every one should know his office, and be diligent in fulfilling it; and be 
of one counsel, and of one mind, and of one soul dwelling in two bodies. Know 
what that service is, as our Ix)rd and Saviour said in the Gospel, "Whosoever among JJ^*** ^"* 
you wishes to be chief let him be your servant ; even as the Son of Man came not to 
be ministercd unto, but to minister, and to give His soul a ransom for many." Thus 
yc ought to work also, ye Deacons, even if ye have to givo your lives for your 
brcthrcn, in the service that is required of you. For even our I^rd and Master did 
not despise when He served us, as it is written in Isaiah, " To justify the righteous Is. UlL u 
who doeth a good service to many." If therefore the I^rd of Heaven and of earth 
did service to us, bore and endured everything on our account, how much more 
is il required of us, that wc should do thus to the brethren, that we, who are His 
iinitators, and take the place of the Christ, should be like Him ? You will find also 
that it is written in the Gospel, how our I^rd girt a towel about His loins, and Of. John 
poured water into the wash-bason, while we were reclining, and drew near and * 

washed the feet of us ali, and dried [them] with the towel ; but He did this, that He 
migli t show US the love and affection of brethren, that we also should do likewise to 
one another. If therefore our Lord did thus, ye Deacons, do ye hesitate to do 
thus to those who are sick and have no strength, ye who are doers of the Truth, 
and prcscrve the likeness of the Christ? Therefore serve in love, and do not 
grumble nor hesitate; but if not, if ye have done this service for the sake of men, and 
not for God, ye shall receive your reward according to your service in the day of 
judgment. It is therefore required of you l^eacons, that ye visit ali those who are 
in want, and make known to the Bishop those who are afllicted, that ye be his soul 
and his mind, and that ye labour and obey him in everything. 



// is righi tltat the Bishop should take care of orplians, t/tose w/to are 

Ufi yotifig, and give them io be reared ; and there is a cotulemfiation on 

you, on those who have aught^ and are not in want^ who are greedy, and take 

of the gifts that are given to the Church for the orphans and tlu poor. 

Ap. don. If one of the children of Christians be an orphan, either a boy or a girl, 

f q6 a '^ *^ good that if there be one of the brethren who hath no children, he take 

the boy in place of children, and let him take a girl, every one who has a 

son ; when her time comes let him give her to him in marriage, and fulfil 

his work in the service of God. If there be people who do not wish 

because of their riches* to do thus to orphan members, such people will 

meet also with the same, and they shall spend (S. their) parsimony in these 

Of. iB. L 7 things, and what the saints have not eaten, the Assyrians shall eat ; and 

Ap. don. strangers shall devour your land before your eyes. Ye therefore, O Bishops, 

take up the burden of them, that they be brought up so that nothing be 

wanting to them, and when it is the time for the maiden, give her in 

marriage to one of the brethren. And let the boy when he is grown up 

leam a handicraft, and when he is a man let him take the wage that is 

meet for his craft, (S. + and acquire the necessary tools,) that he may no 

longer be a burden on the charity of the brethren, which they had without 

deceit and without hypocrisy. And truly blessed is he who is able to help 

himself, and does not straiten the place of the orphans and the widows and 

the poor. 

Ap. CknL Those are guilty who take alnts when they are not in want. Woe unto 

IV. Ili. o • • 

them who possess, and who receive falsely. For every one of those who 
receives will give account to the Lord God in the day of judgment, of 
how he received, whether it was on account of childish orphanhood, or 
on account of the feeblcness of old age, or on account of the weakness 
of sickness, or for the education of children that he received. Verily this 
man is also to be praised, he is considered as the Aitar of God, there- 
fore he shall be honoured by God ; for it was not in vain that he received, 
for he prayed diligently at ali times without idleness for those who gave. 
f. 56 b He offered his prayer, which is his strength, in return for his receiving, for 
such people shall receive from God a blessing in everlasting life. But 

' S. + because of pleasing men, and being ashamed 


those who possess, and receive by improbity', or again, who are idle, and 
instead of working and giving to others, themselves receive a gift, what 
therefore they bave received shall be required of them, because they bave 
straitened tbe place of the believing poor. Every one who has property jjy'iy^"^ 
and does not give to others, nor make use of it himself, lays up for 
himself a treasure which perishes on the earth ; and iiiherits the place of 
the scrpcnt who sits upon the treasure, and incurs the danger of being 
rcckoned with it. For he who possesses, and receives by falsehood, does 
not believe in God, but in the mammon of iniquity, and because of the 
gains of avarice holds the Word in hypocrisy, and is filled with infidelity. 
He that is such, incurs the danger of being reckoned with the Infìdels. 
But he who simply gives to evéry one, does well to give, and he is also 
pure who has received through necessity, and uses with sense what he 
has received ; he has well received, and will be glorified by God in 
everlasting life and rest 


Exhortation to Bishops, tliat they watchfully take care not to receive gifts 
froin those who are giiilty, as for the provision of orphans and widows and 
the poor^ not even if tlicy are constrained to be degraded by hunger, and tìuxt 
tìuy are guilty if t/tey accept ; and that the prayers of the poor are not luard 
when they pray for tìum that are snch^ being supplied by tlteir goods, It is f. 57 a 
fitting that they receive front t/ie believing and the honest for the provision of 
the poor y and for t/u redcmption ofprisoners and tlu oppresscd. 

Therefore, O Bishops and Deacons, be Constant in the service of Christ's Ap. oon. 

IV ▼!. 

Aitar. For we bave said about widows and orphans, that with ali care and 
diligence ye shall observe the things that are given, what is the conduct 
of him or of ber who gives for the provision, we say also again, of the 
Aitar; because when widows are provided for by the work' of righteous- 
ness, they bring a holy and acceptable sèrvice before the Lord (S. + 
God Ahnighty) by means of His beloved Son and His holy Spirit, to 
Whom be glory and honour to ali eternity. Amen. Therefore taj<e care 
and be diligent that ye serve the widows with the service of a pure mind, 
that what they ask for be given [to them] quickly with their prayers. If 
there be any Bishops who are contemptuous, and pay no attention to these 
things through partiality, or for the sake of filthy lucre, or because they 
are careless and do not investigate, they shall give an account in no 

> S. hypocrisy • S. people 

D. L 


ordinary manner. For they accept what is for the service of the provisi'on 
for orphans and widows, from the rìch who have put people in prìson, who 
act badly towards their servants, or who deal hardly in their cities, or 
who oppress the poor, or from the impure and from those who use their 
bodies wickedly (S.C + or from doers of evil), from those who diminish 
and lend with usury; (S. C. + or from villainous advocates); (S, + or from 
infamous accusers) ; or from judges who are accepters of persons ; (S. C. + 
or from the concocters of poisons ; or from the makers of idols) ; from 
worshippers of gold or Silver or brass (S. C. + as thieves ; or from unjust 
publicans; or from seers of visions); from those who change weìghts, or 

f. 57 b from those who measure in deceit; or from tavern-keepers who mix [wine] 
with water ; or from sòldiers who conduct themselves iniquitously ; (S. C. 
+ or from murderers ; or from guilty executioners) ; or from any arrogant 
princes who have been polluted in wars, and have shed innocent blood 
unjustly ; (S. C. + or from the reversers of judgments who for theft act un- 
justly and deceitfully towards the country people and ali the poor; and 
from worshippers of idols; or from the polluted); or from the usurcrs and 
the covetous ; those therefore that from these [persons] provide for widows 
and the poor, will be found guilty in the judgment of the (S. C. -f day of 

ProT. XT. the) Lord; because the Lord' hath said, "fletter is a dinner of herbs 
with love and peace than a slaughter of fatted oxen with hatred." If a 
widow be nourished only with food from honest work, it will be of profit 
to her ; but if aught be given to her from abundance of iniquity, it will be a 
certain loss to her. If a widow be nourished by aught that is unjust, she 
cannot offer her service and her prayer (S. C. + in innocence) before God ; 
even if she be just who prays for the wicked, her prayer for them will 
not be heard, but only [that] for herself; for God is a trier of hearts and 
He receives prayers in righteousness (S. C. -f and discrimination),but if they 
pray for those who have sinned and rcpent, their prayers will also bc heard ; 
for those who are enchained in sins and do not repent, not only are they 
certainly unheard when they pray, but they also cali their delinquencies to 
mind before God. 

Those Bisliops are ailpable wlto take alms from tfte gitilty. Therefore, 

Dral O Bishops, flee from such services; for it is written, " Thou shalt not take up 

to the aitar of the Lord the price of a dog nor the wages of a harlot." For 
if the widows in their blindness pray for adulterers and transgressors of the 
law, 'their prayers are not heard*. Ye cause a blasphemy to come upon 
the Word by your evil administration, as if there were not a good and 

' S. C. Scripture ' S. C. they are not heard, not receiving their requests 


zzili. 18 


liberal God. Be very watchful therefore that ye serve not the Aitar of God f. 58 a 
from the services of a transgressor, for there is no cause for your saying, 
We did not know, for ye have heard what the Scripture has said, " Remove u. Ut. 14 
from evi!, and fear not'* (S. B. C. + and terror shall not come near thee). fJ*.5^ 
Say not, These are they who alone give alms, and if we do not.accept from 
them, from whence shall the orphans and widows who are in straits be 
served? God has said to you *not to take from the wicked and help the 
Churches', it were profitable for you to be tortured by hunger, rather than 
to take from the wicked. Therefore investigate and prove, that ye may 
receive from believers, those who are in communion with the Church* and 
conduct themselves aright, that ye may nourish those who are in straits. 
Do not receive from those who are put out of the Church and are blame- 
ablc, until they are thought worthy to becomc members of the Church. 
But if ye be in want, teli the brethren, let them work amongst you, and 

An fimi 

give ; serve thus with justice. Teach and say to the people, that it ìs jy'^j^ 

written, " Honour the Lord with honest work, and with the first of ali thy Ptot. ili. 9 

fruits." Therefore with the honest work of believers nourish and clothe 

those who are greatly in want (S. C. + and what is given to you by them, 

as we said to you before, distribute it at the time for the ransom of believers). 

Ransom slaves and captives, and those who are treated with violence, those 

who are condemned 'by the mob*, (S. -h those who are condemned to the 

circus, or to the mines, or to exile, or to the amphitheatre), and those who 

are in straits (S. C. + Let the Deacons go in to them), let them visit every 

one and provide them with what they are in want of. If it should happen f^' ^'"^ 

XV. z. 

that ye take from the wicked, against your will, make no use of it for 
nourishment, unless it be just a little, expend it in wood *for fire* ; lest a 
widow being in straits should buy with it some food for herself. Thus let 
the widows, not being polluted by evil, pray that they may receive from f. $Sb 
God ali good tliings that tlicy ask and seek. Also each one of them by 
herself, and ye also, will not be held by these sins. 

' S. B. C. Bccause ye have received the gifts of the Ltevites, the fìrstfruits and oflTerìngs of your 
people, that ye may be nourìshed, and have also a superfluity that ye be not straitened and take from 
the wicked. But if the Churches are so poor, that those who are in want must be nourished by such 

• S. Churches 

• S. unlawfuUy by the crowd 

^ S. C. for yourselves and for the widows 



Exhortation to Bishops to take care of those wlio are persecuted or 
imprisoned far the nante of tlie Christ^ that tliey visit tlitin^ and keep away 
front htm who is intprisofted and receives punishment front judges becatise 
of his depravity. Also exhortation to ali Christians that they suffer with 
those who suffer far the sake of the Christ, and that out of fear they €Uìiy 
not or forsake thent. He who denieth them, denieth Christianity and the 
Chris t. And Ut hint pray tìiat he enter not into temptation. 
Ap. Oon. Do not take your eyes ofT the Christian who is put in prison for the 

name of God, and for his faith and love, and Ms cast into the mines^ ; 
but by your work and by the sweat of your face send him nourishment, 
and for the wage of the soldiers who guard him, that he may be at ease 
and be taken care of, but that your blessed brother be not completely 
afflicted. For he who is condemned for the name of God the Christ, 
let him be considered by you as a holy Martyr, and an Angel of God, 
(S. + or as God upon earth) he who is clothed spiritually with the Holy 
Ghost (S. + of God, by whose means ye behold the Lord our Saviour), 
because he has been thought worthy of an incorruptiblc crown (S. + he 
has renewed the testimony of the Passion). Therefore it is obligatory 
that ali ye believers should diligently comfort the Martyrs with your 
goods (S. + by means of your Bishops). But if there be a man who has 
nothing, let him fast, and what he wouid have spent for himself for 
that day, let him give to his brother. But if thou art rich, it is required of 
thee that thou serve them according to thy power, or even that thou 
give ali thy property to redeem them from the chains 'of death", for they 
f. 59a are worthy of God, and children who fulfìl His will, as the Lord hath 
M&ti. X. said, " Whosoever shall confess Me before men, him will I also confess 


before My Father which is in heaven." Do not be ashamed 'to talk with* 
them when they^ are imprisoned, and in doing these things ye shall inherit 
everlasting life, for ye shall be partakers in their martyrdom ; as we know 
M&ttzxT. that our Lord hath spoken thus in the Gospel, ''Come unto Me, ali ye 
blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom that is prepared for you before 
86 the foundation of the world. I was hungry, and ye fed Me ; I was thirsty, 

86 and ye gave Me drink ; I was a stranger, and ye gathered Me in ; I was 

87 naked, and ye clothed Me ; in prison, and ye came unto Me. Then shall 

^ S. is condemned to the amphitheatre, or to the beasts, or to the mines 
" S. om. » S. to visit * Cod. ye 


the righteous answer and say, * Lord, when saw we Thee hungry, and fed 

Thee ; or thirsty, and gave Thee to drink ; or naked, and we clothed •* sic 

Thee ; or sick, and we visited Thee ; or a stranger, and we gathered «• sic 

Thee in; or in prison, and we carne unto Thee?' And he shall answer 40 
and say unto them, 'that ali that ye have done to My little brethren, 

ye have done it unto Me.' Then shall the righteous go unto eternai life." 46 

But if thcre be a man who is called a Christian, and he should stumble, Ap. Con. 

V. li. 

and be tempted by Satan, and be reproved for wicked works, either theft 

or murder, keep away from any that are such ; lest one of you be tempted 

by those who bclong to him. For if a hcathen should lay hold of thee, and 

ask thee and say to thee ; Thou art also a Christian like that man, thou 

canst not deny that thou art a Christian, but thou confessest, and thou 

art not condemned as a Christian, but art punished as an evil-doer, for 

thou wast asked if thou wert like that man, and thy confession is in vain 

to thee ; if thou deniest, thou hast denied the Lord. Therefore keep 

away from them, that ye may be without offence. But help with much 

zeal those believers, your members, who are in the bond of iniquity as 

evil-doers and are imprisoned, and free them from the hand of the wicked*. f. 590 

For if some one approach those who are imprisoned for the name of 

the Christ our Lord, and is laid hold of along with them, blessed shall 

he be that he has been thought worthy of ali thìs companionship. 

Receive and refresh those who are persecuted on account of the h'aith, Ap. cton. 

who migrate from city to city according to the Lord's command, rejoicing 

that ye are partakers of their persecution ; for our Lord spake about • 

you in the Gospcl, " Blessed are ye when they persecute you, and upbraid m*u.t. u ^ 

you for My name" ; because when a Christian is persecuted, and killed \ 

because of the Faith, 'he is a Martyr of God'; (S. + and henceforth he will 

not be persecuted by any one, for he is known of the Lord). But if he deny Ap. Oon. 

V. ìt» 

that he is a Christian, he will be called a [cause of] offence; he will not* 

be persecuted by men, but he will be rejected by God because of his 

denials (S. -h and henceforth he will have no part with the saints in the 

everlasting kingdom, and according to the promise of the Lord ; but 

his inheritance shall be with the wicked), for the Lord God hath said, 

" Whosoever dcnieth Me, or is ashamed of Me and of My words, I lutt. x. 

will deny him before My Father which is in heaven, when I come 

(S. + with strength and glory) to judge the quick and the dead." Again 

it is writtcn. " Every one who lovcth his father and mother more than st 

' S. + llut if any one joins hiinsclf to them, and is takcn along with them, and is confined, being 
innocent, for the sake of his brother ; blessed is he that he is called a Christian, that he has acknow- 
ledged the Lord, and that he will live before Him 

* S. he l)ccome8 a man of God ' S. om. not 



Me, is not worthy of Me (S. + and eveiy one who loveth his son or 

Msic his daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me); and every one who 

taketh not up his cross, rejoicing, and cometh not after Me, is not worthy 

of Me." (S. + and ** every one who loseth his life because of Me shall 

J*** ^^- find it, and every one that saveth his Hfe by denying shall lose it.) For 


87 what shall it profìt a man, if he gain the whole world, and lose his soul, 

M&it. z. or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?"; and again, '* Fear 
not those who kill the body, but they cannot kìll the soul ; rather fear 

Ap. Con. Me, who am able to destroy soul and body in hell." Now every one 
who learns a handicraft looks at his master, and sees how by means of his 
craft and knowledge he perfects his work ; he also imitates him, and 
perfects the work that has been entrusted to him that he may not hear 
upbraiding from him, but if he come short of what has been entrusted 

f. 6oa to him, he is ^not a disciple^; but we who have a master and teacher, 
"our Lord and Saviour, who rose incorruptible from the grave, because 
by His doctrine we possess incorruptible beauty*, thus He carne in poverty ; 
He also separated Himself from Mary, His blessed mother, and from His 
brethren, also from Himself, and endured persecution even unto the Cross. 
These things He sufìfered on our account, that He might save us who believe, 
who are of the house of Israel', from chains and condemnations, which we 
have mentioned before, and deliver you who are of the Gentiles from the 
worship of idols and from ali iniquity. If thcrefore the Christ sufTered on 
our account, to save us who believe in Him, why should we not resemble 
Him in His sufTerings when He has given us patience? and these things 
[are] for our own sake, that we may be delivered from the Gehenna* of fire. 
For He suffered for us; let us suffer for ourselves (S. + or does our 
1 Lord certainly need that we should suffer for Him except for this only 

that He would prove the warmth of our faith and the desire of our souis ì). 

Ap. Oon. Let US separate ourselves from our fathers and from our tribe, and from 
ali that is in the world, and turn from ourselves, praying that we fall not 
into temptation. But if we are callcd to martyrdom, being questioned, let 
US confess ; suffering. let us endure ; being oppressed, let us rejoice ; being 
persecuted, let us not be saddened ; because it is not only our own souls 
that we are delivering (S. + from hell, by acting thus), but also those who 
, are children in the faith, (S. + and we teach the hearers to act thus,) that 

they may live before God. But if we are defaulters towards the faith 
in the Lord, and deny because of the weakness of the flesh, as the Lord 

' S. not perfect 

* S. why do we not resemble If im in His doctrine and conduct, because He forsook rìches and 
beauty and power and glory 

* I accept Dr Nestle's emendation, that rii^^ is a scrìbe's enror for Aa'^oa»^ ^ S. death 


hath said, "The spirit is ready and willing, but the flesh is weak," it Matt. 

is not merely ourselves whom we destroy, but also the souls of our 

brethren (S. -h we kill along with ourselves) ; for when they see our denials, 

they will think that they have been taught *error of doctrines', and when 

they are 'made captive' we shall have to answer for them as well as for 

ourselves, every one of us to the Lord in the day of judgment (S. + But 

if thou art taken and brought before the governor, and deniest thy hope 

in the Lord in thy holy faith, and art set free to-day, but to-morrow thou 

art sick with a fever, and fallest on thy bed, or thy stomach pain thee, 

and thou takest no food, but givest it back with severe pains, or fallest 

into the affliction of gripes, or of the hurt of one of thy members ; or 

thou sendest forth from thy bowels blood and gali by severe pains ; or 

thou hast a tumour in one of thy members ; and thou art cut up by the 

hands of doctors, and dicst in afilictions and in grcat agonies, what will 

thy denial that thou hast made profit thce, O man ? for behold, thou hast 

causcd thy soul to inherit pains and sufìferings, and thou hast lost thy 

eternai life before God. Thou wilt burn and be tormented without rest 

for ever : as the Lord hath said, " Every one who loveth his life shall lose Jotoxii« 

it ; and every one that loseth his life for My sake shall find it." Therefore 

the Christian who denies, loves his life for a short time in this world, 

that he may not die for the sake of the name of the Lord God ; but 

he destroys himself for ever in the fire, for he himself falls into hell, 

because Christ denies him, as He hath said in the Gospel, "Whoso- iutt.x.S8 

ever denieth Me before men, I also will deny him before my Father 

which is in Heaven." But those whom the Lord denieth go out and m&u. ▼iìl 

are cast into outer darkness, and there they shall have weeping and 

gnashing of teeth ; for He has said that "every one who loveth his life 

more than Me is not worthy of Me.") But let us be diligent, my brethren, 

to commcnd our lives to the Lord God; and if a man be found worthy f. 6ob 

of martyrdom, let him receive it with joy, that he is thought worthy of this 

crown, and that his exit from this world shouid be by martyrdom ; for our 

Saviour has said that ** there is no disciple that is above his Lord, but let Lukivl.*© 

every one be pcrfect like his Lord." (S. -h Our Lord therefore chose ali these 

suflcrings in ordcr to save us; He accepted to be beaten and blasphemed 

against, and His face spat upon, and to drink vinegar and myrrh, and at 

length He endured even to being hanged upon the cross.) We therefore who 

are His disciples, let us be imitators of Him ; for if He endured everything 

for our sakes (S. even to sufferings) how much ought not we to bear for 

^ S. doctrìnes of error ' S. scandalized 


ourselves? sufferìng and not hesitating, for thus He has counselled us, that if 
even we were to burn in coals of fire, let us believe in the Lord Jesus 
the Christ, and in His Father, the Lord God Almìghty, and in. the 
Holy Ghost, to whom be glory and honour for ever and ever. Amen. 


About the Resurrection of the dead, we are tanght not only by the Holy 

Scriptures, but also by means of demonstrations front tlie books of tìu heatluti; 

and by means also of these naturai demonstrations let us, bcing diligente like 

believing men who have a sure hope of the Resurrection, not exatse ourselves 

from martyrdom on account oft/te Christ, ifwe are called to it. 

Ap. ckm. God the Father Almighty will raise us by means of God our 

Saviour, as He has promised. He will raise us from among the dead 

just as we are, in the likeness in which we now are; nevertheless there 

shall not be wanting to us the great glory of everlasting life ; for even 

should we be thrown into the depths of the sea, or scattered by the 

winds like chafT, we shall always be within this world, and ali this 

world is enclosed in the hand of God, and therefore from the interior 

LnmxzL of His hand the Lord God will raise us, as He' hath said, "A hair 

19 of your head shall not perish," and **in your patience possess ye your 

souls." About the resurrection and about the glory of martyrs the Lord 

Daniel zlL hath said in Daniel thus, that " many who sleep in the surface of the earth 

f. 6ia shdW arise in that day, some to everlasting life, and some to shame 

8 sic and contempt (S. -h and dispersion). And they that be wise shall shine 

as the lights of heaven, and those that are mighty in the Word as the 

stars of heaven." As the sun and as the moon (S. -h those lights of 

heaven). He hath promised to give (S. -h the glorious light) to those 

who (S. + are wise, and) are martyrs for his Name. And it is not to 

believers* that He hath promised resurrection, but also to ali men; for 

Biek. He hath said thus in Ezekiel, "The hand of the Lord was upon me, 

"°^^ ^ and he led me out into (S. in the Spirit and set me in the midst of) 

a the plain, and it was full of bones, and He caused me to pass by 

them round about, etc. (S. + and they were many and very dry. 

8 And He said unto me, Son of man, do these bones live? And I said, 

4 Thou knowest, O Lord God. And the Lord said unto me, Prophesy 

upon these bones, and say unto them, O ye dry bones, hear ye the word 

of the Lord. Thus saith the Lord God unto these bones, Behold, I will 

^ S. the Lord and Saviour * S. martyrs only 


cause breath to enter into you, and ye shall live ; I will put sinews e 
upon you, and build flesh upon you, and clothe you with skin, and I 
will gìve breath into you, and ye shall live, and ye shall know that 
I am the Lord. So I prophesied as He had said to me, and as I 7 
prophesied there was a voice, and a shaking, and the bones carne to- 
gether, bone to bone; and I saw that sinews and flesh carne up upon 8 
them, and skin was drawn over them from above, but there was no 
breath in them. And the Lord said unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, » 
and say, Thus saith the Lord God, Come, O wind, from the four 
quartcrs, and entcr into these dead men, and they shall live. So I prò- 10 
phesied as He commandcd me, and the wind camc into them, and they 
lived ; and they stood up upon their feet, in a great army. And 11 
the Lord said unto me, Son of man, those bones are they of the house 
of Israel, who say, Our bones are dried, and our hope is destroyed, 
and we are not. Thus saith the Lord God, Behold, I open your graves, la 
and I will bring you from thence, O my people, and I will lead you 
into the land of Israel ; and ye shall know that I am the Lord when w 
I open your graves, to bring out My people from the tombs. And I will i* 
put My Spirit into you, and ye shall live, and I shall cause you to dwell 
in your land, and ye shall know that I am the Lord who hath spoken 
and done, and ali the dwcllers on earth shall be at peace, saith the 

Again He hath said by means of Isaiah, " Ali they that sleep and !•. xxtI. 
the dead shall arise, and ali that are in the graves shall awake, for thy 
dew is unto them the dew of hcaling, but the land of the wicked shall be 

And again he hath spoken by means of Isaiah Uhe prophet' about 
the Resurrection and eternai life and about the glory of the righteous, 
and also about the shame and destruction of sinners, (S. + about their 
conduct, and their fall, about their dissolution, their ruin, and their con- 
demnation, for when He said that the land of the wicked shall fall, he 
spoke of their body, because it is from the earth, and will be accounted 
with shame as of the earth ; because they did not worship God, they 
shall fall into fi re and torment). And in the Twelve Prophets they said 
thus, " Behold, ye wicked, and see and understand wonders, and return Hatekkok 
to corruption, for I will work a work in your days (S. + which if a man 
declare it unto you ye will not believe.") These things and more than 
these are said against those who do not believe in the Resurrection, and 

^ S. and ali the other prophets 
D. M 


against those who deny God, (S. + and against those who do not worship 
God, and against transgressors of the Law and against the heathen,) 
that when they shall see the glory of believers they shall return to perish 
in the fìre because they did not believe. But we have learnt and belìeved 
in His Resurrection from the dead. The Resurrection which God has 
promised to us is sure to us and not deceptive, because our Saviour 
Hinrìself is the earnest of our resurrection, He having risen first. 

Confirmation about the Resurrection^ even from the writings of the heathen. 

Also those among the Genttles who read, read and hear, even among 

the heathen, about the Resurrection from the Sybil, what was saìd and 

I^S^L preached to them thus, "When everything shall be dust and ashes, the 

aiv.iT«— Most High God shall cause the fire which He hath kindled to cease, 

Bnoh) and then God Himself shail raise the bones and ashes of men, and shall 

f. 6i b clothe them with their likeness, and raise men as they were before. And 

then the judgment shall talee place, in which God shall judge the wicked 

187—100 in the future world, and the earth shall cover the impious. The just 

and the righteous shall live in the land of life ; God will give them spirit 

and goodness, (S. -h and life) and thereafter they shall ali see one another." 

It is not only, my friends, by means of the Sybil that the Resurrection 

was preached to the heathen, but also by means of the holy Scriptures, 

before the Lord preached to the Jews and to the heathen and to the 

Christians together, and announced the Resurrection of the dead which 

shall come to men. 

(S. -h Confirmation about the Resurrection also from naturai demonstra- 
tions,) God shows us abundantly about the Resurrection, even by means 
of a bird that cannot speak, we mean the phoenix, which is solitary, for 
if it had a mate many would be seen by man, but now one alone 
is seen once in five hundred years, which enters Egypt and goes to 
the aitar that is called of the Sun. It brings cinnamon ; as it prays 
towards the East, the fire kindles of itself, and consumes it, so that 
it becomes ashes; and again from the ashes is formed a worm, which 
grows up in its likeness, and becomes a perfect phoenix, and thereafter it 
departs and goes whence it came.) 

Confirmation that we mtist not excuse ourselves from Martyrdom for 
the sake of the Christ, If therefore God has shown us about the Resurrec- 
tion by means of an irrational animai, much more we who believe in the 
Resurrection of God and in the promise of God. if martyrdom come upon 
US as on men worthy of ali this glory of God, shall receive the incomiptible 
crown in eternai life, and in the glorious honour of the martyrdom of God ; 



let US receive it joyfully with ali our hearts, and let us believe in the 

Lord God who will raise us in glorious light. As in the begìnning, God 

commanded by a word, (S. + and the world was) and He said, Let there 

be light, and night and day; and heaven and earth and seas, and birds 

and beasts, and creeping things of the earth (S. + and fourfooted beasts) 

and trecs, and everything was establishcd (S. +in its nature) by His Word, 

as the Scripture hath said, (S. + ali these works that were done were 

by means of the obedience they give Him ; they witness about God who 

made them, that "He created and founded them out of nothing,"(S. -hthey 

also show a sign of the Resurrection. As therefore He made everything,) 

thus also man who is His creature He will especially vivify and raise (S. + 

For if He founded and established the world out of nothing, this would be 

stili more easy, that out of nothing He should vivify and raise man, who is 

the creature of His hands), and as with human seed He clothes man with a 

garment in the womb and makes him grow. If therefore He shall raise ali 

men, as He hath said in Isaiah, "Ali flesh shall see the salvation of God," zs. m.10 

yet more will He vivify and raise believers (S. + and again the believers 

of believers, who are the Martyrs, He will vivify and raise and establish 

in great glory, and make them His councillors), becausc to the simple 

disciples who bclicve in Him, He hath promised a glory like that of 

the stars ; but (S. 4- to the Martyrs) He hath promised to give eternai f. 62 a 

glory, (S. + like shining bodies that are not wearied with exceeding light, 

which shine continually. Therefore, as disciples of the Christ, let us 

believe that we shall receive from Him ali good things which He hath 

counscllcd and promised us in eternai life. Let us be conformed to ali His 

doctrine and to His patience.) Let us believe in His birth from a virgin, 

and in His coming and in His willing Passion. Let us be convinced 

by means of the Holy Scriptures, as the Prophets announced beforehand 

everything about His coming, and (S. -h ali these things) were confìrmed in 

our hearts (S. + for even the demons, when they trembled at His name, 

extolled His coming. You believe therefore and are convinced of the 

things that we said before); and we stili more, we who were with Him, 

and saw Him with our eyes and ate with Him, and were companions 

and witnesses of His coming, we believe in the great unspeakable things 

(S. gifts) which He will give as He hath promised. (S. + Let us believe 

and hope that we shall receive, for ali our faith is surely proved) if we 

believe in His promises that they shall be. Let us be calied to martyr- 

dom for His name's sake; when we go out of this wòrld by confession, we Ap. Ckm. 

are sanctified from ali our sins (S. -f and follies, and we shall be found 



pure, for He hath said in David about martyrs thus, "Blessed are they 

2 ' whose transgression is forgiven, and whose sins are covered. Blessed 
is the man to whom the Lord will not impute his sins." Therefore the 
Martyrs are blessed and pure from ali follies, who are raised above ali 
evi! and taken away from ìt, as He said in Isaiah about the Christ and His 

II. tfìL 1 Martyrs, ** Behold, the righteous perisheth, and no man considereth ; and 
holy men are taken away, and no one careth for it ; for the righteous is 
a gathered away before the evil, and his grave shall be in peace." But these 
things are said about those who sufìfer martyrdom for the name of the 
Christ Sins are also forgiven) in baptism to those who come from the 
heathen and enter the holy Church of God. (S. + Let us ask again 
to whom sins are not imputed.) Their sins are considered like Abraham 
and Isaac and Jacob (S. + and ali the Patriarchs, as well as the Martyrs. 

PK0T.nL6 Hear then, my brethren) for the Scripture saith, •* Who shall boast himself 
and say, I am pure from sins, or who will (S. -f dare to) say, I am holy?" 

JobziT. and again, "There is no man clean from pollution, even if his life should 
be only for a day upon the earth." Every one therefore who believeth 
and is baptized, his former sins are forgiven ; but should he again sin 
after baptism, (S. + even if he do not commit a mortai sin or participate 
in it, but only seeth or heareth or speaketh, and thus again) he is guilty 
of the sin. If then one go out of this world by martyrdom for the name 
of the Lord, blessed is he ; for the brethren who have sufìfered martyrdom 
and have gone out of this world, in these things their sins are covered 
(S. + Behold, like this, that ** every one who looketh on a woman to lust 
after her," hear also, "accusation and evil speaking," or like this, that 
"every vain word that men shall speak," etc) 


Exhorting etfety Christian to kcep himself from ali evil and frivohus 
conversatiofi, and from ali bad and heathetnsh conduci. A botit t/ie Holy 

£ 62b Fast, About the Passion and Crucifixion of our Lord, About the fourteenth 
[day] of the Passover of the fews ; about the Friday of the Passion, and the 
Sabbath of the Annunciation and the Sunday of the Resurrection of our 
Saviour. About the mourning of the Sabbath-day of the nation of the fews, 
and about the rejoicing of the people of the Christians, 

Ap. oon. Therefore it is required of the Christian that he keep himself from 

vain work, and from lascivious and impure words, (S. + even on Sundays 
when we are glad and rejoice) no one is allowed to say a word 


that belongs to sport or is foreign to the fear of God. (S. + as our 

Lord also tauglit us in the Psalm, in David, and saith thus, " Now there- ^- **• w 

fore understand, ye kings, and be instructed, ali ye judges of the earth ; 

serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice before Him with trembling. Attend ii, la 

to discipline, lest the Lord be angry, and ye perish from the way of justice, 

because His anger is kindled but a little against you ; blessed are ali 

they that put their trust in Him.") But it is therefore required of us that 

we keep feasts, and that we make our rejoicing with fear and trembling, 

for a bclieving Christian ought not to recite the hymns of the heathen, AP« ^^ 

nor to approach those foreign customs, *nor to* rcmember the name of 

an idol, may this be far from believers ! for the Lord rebuketh in Jeremiah 

and saith, " They have forsaken Me, and sworn by those that are not gods," Jw-. t. t 

(S. -h «ind again Ile saith, "If Isniel will return unto Me, let him return, Jer. ìt. i 

saith the Lord, and if he will takc away his abominations from his mouth, 

and will fear before My face, and will swear as the Lord liveth," and a 

again He saith, " I will take the name of the idols from your mouth." By ^•^^ ****• 

means of Moses again He saith to them, " They have moved Me to jealousy Deat. 

with that which is no God, and with their idols they have made Me angry." 

And in ali the Scriptures He speaketh against these things, and not only 

concerning the idols.) It is not allowed to believers to swear, not by y**!?*^ 

the sun nor by the moon, for the Lord God hath spoken thus by means 

of Moses, " My people, if ye see the sun and the moon, be not led astray Deut.iT.i9 

by them, nor worship them ; for the Lord hath given them to you for 

lights upon the earth." (S. + and by means of Jeremiah again He saith, 

*' Learn not according to the ways of the heathen, and be not afraid of Jer. x. a 

the signs of heaven.") And by means of Ezekiel He hath said thus, 

" And He brought me into the court of the house of the Lord, between the Siek. tIU. 

porch and the aitar, and I saw there men with their loins girt towards the 

tempie of the Lord, and their faces opposite the East, and they were 

worshipping the sun. And the Lord said unto me, Son of man, is this a it 


small thing to the house of Judah to commit these abominations bere? and 
they have filled the land with iniquity. (S. + and they have returned to 
provoke Me to anger, and they are as mockers. I also will deal in fury ; w 
mine eye shall not spare, nor will I have pity ; even if they cry in Mine 
ears with a loud voice, I will not bear them." Ye see, beloved, how 
severely and bitterly the Lord giveth judgment in His wrath against 
those who worship the sun or swear by it) It is therefore unlawful for the 
believer to swear either by the sun or by any of the signs of heaven (S. -f or 

1 S. and doctrines of assemblies, for it will happen that by means of hymns, he will 


the elements) ; either to mention the name of àn idol with his mouth, or to 
let a curse go out of his mouth,. but only blessings (S. + and psalms, and 
the authoritative and divine Scriptures, which are the foundations of the 
f* 63 a truth of our faith), especially in the day of the fast and the holy Passover, 
vfxui!^ in which ali believers fast (S. + who are in ali the world), as our Lord and 
iUrkiLi9 Teacher said, when they asked Him, ** Why do the disciples of John fast, 
and Thy disciples fast not ? " And He said unto them, " The children of the 
bridechamber cannot fast while the bridegroom is with them, (S. -f but the 
days wili come when the bridegroom shall be taken from them, and then 
shall they fast in those days)/' Now then by means of His deeds He is 
with US (S. + but to sight He is far off, because He hath risen to the heights 
of Heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of His Father). Therefore when 
ye fast, pray and implore for those who are lost, as we also did when our 
y'^'jjj^ Lord was suffering ; for while He was yet with us before He sufTered, 
Of. M&u. while we were eating the Fassover with Him, He said to us, " This day, 
in this night, one of you betrayeth Me." And every one of us said to Him, 
ss " Surely it is not I, Lord ? " And He answered and said unto us, " He who 
ss stretcheth out his hand with Me in the dish." He signified Judas Iscariot, 
Of. M&u. who was *one of the twelve^ (S. +"Then our Lord said unto us, "Verily 
I say unto you, yet a little while, and ye shall leave Me, for it is written, 
I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep of His flock shall be scattered." 
And Judas came with the scribes and with the priests of the people, and 
delivered up our Lord Jesus. But this was on Wednesday, for when we had 
eaten the Passover on Tuesday in the evening, we went out to the Mount 
of Olives, and in the night they took our Lord Jesus ; and on the next 
day, which was Wednesday, He remained in prison in the house of Cepha 
the High Priest. In that day the chiefs of the people were assembled, and 
they took counsel together against Him. Again, the ncxt day, which Wcis 
Thursday, they brought Him to Filate the governor, and again He remained 
in prison with Filate, in the night after Thursday. And when it dawned on 
Friday, they accused Him much before Filate, yet they couid show nothing 
true, but they brought false witness against Him. And they asked Him 
from Filate, to put Him to death, and they crucifìed Him on Friday. At 
six o clock therefore on Friday He sufTered, and these hours during which 
our Lord was crucifìed have been reckoned a day, afterwards it was again 
dark for three hours, and it was reckoned a night; and again from the 
ninth hour till the evening, three hours, a day ; and again afterwards the 
night of Fassion Sabbath ; but in the Gospel of Matthew it is thus written, 

^ S. one of US, who betrayed Him * The addition in S. reaches to p. 97 



that "'in the evening of the Sabbath, when the first day of the week 

dawned', carne Mary, and another Mary, the Magdalene, to see the «***• 

sepulchre. And there was a great earthquake, for the angel of the Lord 

carne down and rolled the stone." And again the Sabbath-day. Then 2 

three hours of the night after the Sabbath, in which our Lord slept [and 

rose], and the saying was fulfilled (marg. Take heed !) that "it is required JJ****^ 

of the Son of Man that He should pass through the heart of the earth, 

three days and three nights," as it is written in the Gospel. Again, it is 

written in David, " Behold, thou hast appointed my days by measure," J",*J"**^ 

because therefore these days and nights are made shorter. Thus it is written, 

** In the night therefore, as the first day of the week dawned, He was seen ot M&u. 

by Mary Magdalene, and by Mary the daughter of James ; and in the 

night of the first day of the wcck Me wcnt in to Levi, and then He was 

secn also by us." But He said unto us when He was teaching us, "Will ye ^P» ^'"^ 

fast because of Me in these days? or do I need that ye afflict yourselves? 

but for the sake of your brethren ye have done this, and do it in these days 

when ye fast; and on Wednesday, and on Friday at ali times, as it is 

written in Zechariah, 'The fast of the fourth and the fast of the fifth,' ^ ^^• 

which is Friday ; for it is not lawful for you to fast on Sunday, because it 

belongs to My resurrection ; wherefore Sunday is not counted amongst the 

numbers of the fast-days of the Passion, but they are counted from Monday, 

and are five days. Therefore let the fourth fast, and the fifth fast, and the 

seventh fast, and the tenth fast be to those of the house of Israel. Fast, 

therefore, from Monday, fully six days, until the night after the Sabbath, 

and let it be counted to you as a week; but the tenth, because the beginning 

of My name is ^yod*^ in which is the beginning of the fasts, but is not as a 

feast of the former people, but as a new covenant which I have appointed 

to you, that you should fast on their behalf on Wednesday, because on 

Wednesday they began to destroy themselves and laid hold of Me ; for the 

night after Tuesday, which was Wednesday, as it is written, that 'the 

evening and the morning were one day/ the evening [see that thou take oen. 1. 19 

heed !] therefore belongs to the day that follows it, for on Tuesday in 

the evening I ate with you My passover, and in the night they laid hold 

on Me [fast then], but again also on Friday, fast on their behalf, because 

on it they crucified Me in the midst of their feast of unleavened bread, as it 

was foretold by David, *In the midst of their feasts they have put their Pi.1zz1t*4 

^ Cod. Brit. Mus. adds bere " He rose ; and again it was the Sabbath day, and then three houre 
of the night after the Sabbath, in which our Lord rose " 

• The Icller yod^ Ijeing the tenth letter in the Hcbrew and Syrìac alphabets, serves also as a 
numerai signi fying io. 


Zs. zlL 6 


si'gns, and bave not known.' But do ye fast constantly during these days 
at ali times, especially thosc who are from the Gentiles ; for because the 
nation doth not obey I bave separated them from the blindness and from the 
error of idols ; and I bave received them in order that by means of your 
fast, and of those who are Gentiles, and your worship during those days, 
wbilst ye are praying and imploring on account of the error and ruin of 
the nation, your prayer and entreaty may be accepted before My Father 
which is in heaven, as from the one mouth of ali the believers that are on 
the earth, and ali that they have done to Me may be forgi ven them. 
Therefore also in the Gospel I said before to you, * Pray for your enemies ' ; 
and * Blessed are they who mourn for the perdition of unbelievers.' " 
Therefore know, brethren, that our fast which we keep in the Passover, 
because our brethren have not obeyed, ye shall keep even if they hate you ; 
but brethren we are bound to cali them, because it is written for us thus in 
Isaiah, ** Cali them brethren that hate you and reject you, that the name of 
the Lord may be glorifìed." On account of them and of the judgment there- 
fore and corruption of the land we are required to fast and mourn, that 
we may rejoice and be glad in the world to come, as it is written in Isaiah, 
** Rejoice, ali ye who mourn over Zion," and again He saith, "to comfort ali 

Is. ixi. 8 those who mourn over Zion ; instead of ashes the oil of joy, and instead of the 
spirit of heaviness the garment of glory." It is required of us therefore to 
have pity upon them, and to believe, and to fast and pray for them; because 
that when our Lord came to the nation they did not believe Him when 
He was teaching them, but they let His teaching pass away from their 
ears. Because therefore this nation obeyed not, He received you, brethren, 
who are from the Gentiles, and He opened your ears for the hearing of 
your heart, as our Lord and Saviour said by means of Isaiah the prophet, 

II. ixT. 1 "I was seen of those that asked not for Me ; I was found of those that 
sought Me not ; and I have said, Bchold Me, to a people who have not called 
[upon] My name." About whom therefore did He thus speak ? was it not 
about the Gentiles, because they had never known God, and because they 
had worshipped idols ? but when our Lord came to the world and taught 
you, ye believed, ye who believed in Him, that God is one. And again those 
believe who are worthy, until the numbcr of the saved shall be completed ; 

Pi. ixTili. a thousand times a thousand and ten thousand tinies ten thousand, as it is 


written in David ; but about the nation which did not believe in Him thus 

II. izT. 2 He said, " I have stretched out My hands ali the day unto a people who 

will not be persuaded and are disobedient, and who walk in a way that 

8 is not good, and who go after their sins, a people who provoke Me to anger 


before Me." See therefore that the people provoked our Lord to anger yf'jj^L*^ 
because they did not believe in Him ; wherefore He saith that "they provoked Zs.]zilL io 
the Holy Spirit to anger, and turned themselves to enmity." And again 
otherwise He saith about them by means of Isaiah the prophet, **The Is. iz.1 
land of Zebulun, the land of Naphtali, the way of the sea, beyond the 
Jordan, Galilee of the nations ; the people that sat [in] darkness, ye have a 
seen a great light, and those who sat in darkness and in the shadows of 
death, upon them hath the light shined.*' " Those that sat in darkness," He 
said, about those from the Nation who believed in our Lord Jesus ; for 
because of the blindness of the Nation a great darkness surrounded 
them ; for they saw Jesus, and they did not know that He was the Christ, 
and did not understand Him, not from the writings of the Prophets, nor from 
His Works and healings ; but to you of the Nation who believe in Jesus 
we say, that ye have learnt how the Scripture testifìeth about us and saith, 
"they have seen the great light." Ye therefore who have believed in Him, 
ye have seen a great Light, Jesus the Christ our Lord. And again those who 
believe in Him shall see; but those who sit in the shadows of death, are ye 
who are from among the Gentiles ; for ye have been among the shadows of 
death, ye who have trusted in the worship of idois, and have not known 
God; but when Jesus the Christ, our Lord and Teacher, was seen by us, 
a light dawncd u[x>n you, in that ye have gazed on and trusted in the 
promise of an everlasting kingdom, and ye have removed yourselves from 
the feasts and customs of the former error ; and ye worship idols no more 
as ye worshipped them; but ye have long since believed and have been 
baptized in Him, and a great light hath dawncd upon you. Thus therefore 
because the Nation did not obey, there was darkness ; but the hearing of 
your ear, you who are from among the Gentiles, becamc light. Because 
of this therefore pray and implore for them, and especially in the days of 
the passover, that by your prayers they may be found worthy of forgiveness, 
and may be converted to our Lord Jesus the Christ.) 

But it is required of you, my brethren (S. + in the days of the passover), ^P' ^®"^ 
that ye (S. + investigate and) keep your fast with ali care, (S. + but 
commence, when your brethren of the Nation keep the Passover) ; because 
when our Lord and Teacher ate the Passover with us, after that hour He 
was delivered up by Judas, and immediately we began to be grieved about 
what we had done to Him ; and the number of the moon is as our number 
in the numbers of the believing Hebrews. In the tenth of the moon, on 
Monday, came the priests and the elders to the court of Kaipha, the high 
priest, and took counsel to kill Him, but they feared, saying, " Not on the «***• 

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feast-day, lest there be an uproar of the people," because every one was 
or. Vati, attaching himself to Him and they held Him to be a Prophet, on 
*** account of the wonders that He wrought amongst them. But Jesus 
was in that day in the house of Simeon the leper, and we were together 
with Him ; He also related to us about what was to happen. But Judas 
f. 63 b :: had gone out from among us in secret, on that Monday\ hoping to deceive 
iuit.zxfl. Qy,. Lord ; and he went to the house of Kaipha. where the High-priests and 
elders were assembled, and he said to them, ** What will ye give me, and 
I will deliver my Lord unto you, when I bave opportunity ? " And they 
covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver. And he said to them» 
"Get ready young men armed because of His disciples" (S. + that if he 
should go out by night to a desert place, I may come and lead you ; then 
they prepared the young men, and were ready to take Him). But Judas 
watched when he could find opportunity to betray Him, (S. + because of 
the crowds of ali the people who had come from every city and every 
village, up to the tempie * to keep the Passover in Jerusalem). And the 
prìests and elders (S. + considered and) commanded (S. + and decreed) 
that they should keep the feast with baste, that they might take Him 
without tumult ; for the people of Jerusalem were occupied in the sacrifìce 
and the eating of the Passover, and ali the people from without had 
not yet come, because they deceived them [about] the days, that they 
might be reproved before God that they were greatly mistaken in everything. 
So they anticipated and kept the Passover three days earlier, in the eleventh 
of the moon on Tuesday ; for they said, because that ali the people go 
astray after Him, now that we bave the opportunity to take Him; and 
then when ali the people bave come, we will kill Him before ali men for 
His fault, and this will be known openly, and ali the people will turn from 
after Him. Thus Jn the night (S. + when Wednesday dawned) Judas 
delivered up our Lord, but they had given the reward to Judas when he 
covenanted with them (S. + on the tenth of the moon) on Monday. There- 
fore it was considered by God, as if they had taken Him from Monday 
(S. + because that on Monday they consulted how to take Him and to kill 
0tJbL,jìL Him), and they accomplished their deed on Friday, as it was said in the 
Book of Exodus, "The Passover shall be kept by you from the tenth to the 
fourteenth, (S. + on marg., now pay great attention) and then ali Israel 
shall keep the Passover." Therefore from the tenth day, which is Monday, 
during the days of the Passover, ye shall fast, and be nourished by bread 

^ For a translation of Professor Nau's note on this chronology, see Appendix. 
' Probably t^iA^ci^ is a mistake for t^i^ACjil. 


and salt and water (S. + only), at the ninth hour, until Thursday. But on 
Friday and on Saturday ye shall fast completely, and eat nothing ; but as- 
semble yourselves, and wake and pray the whole of the night, with prayers 
and supplications, and with the reading of the Prophets, with the Gospel f. 64a 
and the Psalms, with revercnce and fear, and intercession, until the third 
hour of the night after the Sabbath, and then ye shall cease your fast, for 
it was thus that we also fasted, while our Lord was suffering, in testimony 
to the threc days, and we watched and prayed and inìplored about the 
pcrdition of the Nation, because they went astray and did not confess our 
Saviour. Thus also pray ye, that the Lord may not rcnìember to them 
thcir guilt unto the end, on account of the perfidy which they showed unto 
our Lord, but may give thcm a place for repentance, and conversion 
for the pardon of thcir iniquity ; because he that was a heathen, and a 
stranger from the Gentìles, Filate the judge, had no plcasure in the work 
of their wickedness, but took water and washed his hands and said, " I am Katt. 

ZZTli. M 

innocent of the blood of this man " ; but the people answered and said, 
" His blood be upon us and on our children." Herod commanded that he M 
shouid be crucified, and our Saviour suffered for us on Friday. Therefore 
the fast of Friday (S. + and Saturday) is especially required of you, also 
the watch and vigil of Friday', the reading of the Scriptures and the 
Psaltns, and the prayers and supplications for sinners (S. + and the ex- 
pectation and hope of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus, until the third 
hour of the night after the Sabbath. Then bring your offerings, and 
thereaftcr eat and enjoy yourselves, rejoice and be glad, because the Christ 
is risen, the earnest of your resurrection). Let that be to you -an eternai 
law until the end of the world. (S. + for those who do not believe in our 
Saviour, He is dead, because their hope in Him is dead, but for you who 
believe, our Lord and Saviour is risen, because your hope in Him is im- 
mortai, and lives eternally. Fast therefore on Friday, because in it the 
Nation killed itself in crucifying our Saviour ; and on Sabbath again, 
because it is the sleep of our Lord, for it is a day when fasting is especially 
required), as the blessed Moses (S. + the prophet of ali this) has thus com- 
manded ; and it was commanded him by God, who knew what the Nation 
was about to do to His Son and His beloved Jesus the Christ ; as they 
denied Moses and said to him, "Who hath made thee a chief and a Bz. u. 14 
judge over us?" therefore he bound them beforehand in mourning at ali 
times in separating and appointing to them the Sabbath, because they 
deserved to mourn (S. + who denied their life), who laid their hands 

^ S. Saturday. 


f. 64b upon Him who gave them life, and delivered Him over to death. 
Therefore He appointed to them beforehand the mournìng of their per- 
dition. Let us look and see, my brethren, that most men in their 
mouming imitate the Sabbath ; thus also those who keep the Sabbath 
sit in mouming ; for he who is in mourning does not kindle a light, nor 
do the people "of the Jews* on account of the commandment of Moses 
(S. + for thus they were commanded by him. He who is in mourning 
does not wash himself, nor do the people on the Sabbath. He who is 
in mourning does not furnish a table, nor do the people on the 
Sabbath), but they prepare it in the evening and put in order for them- 
selves something to eat, because they have a consciousness of mourning 
that they were ready to lay hands on the Christ. He who is in mourning 
does not work nor speak, but sits in sadness ; thus also do the people on 
the Sabbath ; (S. + for it was said thus to the people about the mourning 
of the Sabbath) " Thou shalt not lift thy foot to do any work, nor speak 
any word from thy mouth." Who is it therefore that testifìeth that the 
Sabbath is a mourning to them ? The Scripture testifìeth and saith, 

01 z&tìh. " Then the people shall lament, tribe by tribe ; the tribe of the Levites 
apart, and their wives apart ; the tribe of Judah apart, and their wives 
apart." As also after the mourning of the Christ even until now, on the 
ninth of the month of Ab, they read in the Lamentations of Jeremiah, 
and assemble, and wail and lament. But the ninth is called 6, for 
the 6 indicates God ; therefore they lament about God, about the Christ 
who suffered ; but nevertheless on account of the Christ our Saviour, 
and about themselves and their perdition. Why, my brethren, doth a 
man lament, unless he be in mourning? Wherefore mourn ye also for 
them, on the Sabbath day of the Passover, until the third hour of the 
following evening; and thereafter rejoice in His resurrection ; be giad 
and rejoice on their account; cease your fast, and the remainder of 

f. 65 a your fast of six days ofTer to the Lord God. Let those who abound 
in worldly goods serve those who are poor and in want, and succour 
them diligently, that the reward of your fast may be received. When- 
ever the fourteenth day of the Passover may fall, thus observe it ; for 
neither the month nor the day corresponds in time every year, but it 
varies. Therefore ye, when the people keep the Passover, fast and 
study to complete your vigil in the midst of their unleavened bread. 
On Sunday be always glad, for every one who afflicts his soul on 

' S. on the Sabbath. 


Sunday ìs gutlty of sin. Therefore also, except at the Passover, no 
one is allowed to fast during these three hours of the night which is 
between Saturday and Sunday, because it belongs to that night of 
Sunday. But nevertheless in that night only fast those three hours 
of that night, being assembled together, ye Christians who are in the 


Commandment about children that they s/tould be given to learn handi- 
crafts^ and tliat i/tey should not learn bad luibits of idleness, and at suitable 
titnes wivcs shotild be given to tlum tliat they fall not into sin, and their 
fathers be luld guilty for their sins, 

Teach your sons handicrafts which are suitable and helpful to the fear 
of God, lest by means of idieness they serve voluptuousness, for not being 
educated by their parcnts, they wickedly do works like the heathen. 
Therefore sparc them not, but reprove and disciph'ne and teach them, for, 
by correcting them vcrily ye will not kill them, but rather ye will give 
them certain life, as also our Lord teacheth us in Wisdom and saith f. 65 b 
thus, *' Chasten thy son because there is hope for him, for thou shalt beat JJ^' ***' 
(S. + him) with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from Sheol." And again ProT.Dili. 
He saith, *' Every one who spareth his rod hateth his son." But our rod is Pror. ziii. 
(S. + the Word of God,) our Lord Jesus the Christ, as also Jeremiah saw 
the rod of an almond-tree. Every one who spareth to speak a word j«r. 1. 11 
of reproof to his son hateth his son. (S. + Therefore teach your sons 
the word of the Lord.) Therefore chasten them with blows, and do not 
spare on account of their youth, by the word of the fear of God, and do 
not give them the power of rising against you, and against their parents ; 
and let them do nothing without your advice ; that they go not with those 
of their age to assemble and amuse themselves ; because thus they learn 
vanity, and are laid hold of by harlotry and fall. Should this happen 
without their parents, they and their parents will be themselves guilty 
in the judgment before God. If again by your permission they are without 
correction, and you, their parents, sin, ye shall be held guilty on their 
account before God. Therefore bc zealous that in their time ye take 
wivcs for them ; and marry them, lest in their youth, in the fi re of their 
adolescence, they commit fornication like the heathen, and ye shall give 
answer to God in the day of judgment. 



About heresies and schisms ; that those are condemned to tlu Gehenna of 
fire who split the Churcfus, like Korah and Dathan and Abiram^ those tuho 
wislied to split Israel, Teacheth that the Church of God is one, and that the 
Churches of heresies are net Chnrches of God, 

Before everything beware of ali odious heresies, and flee from them as 

f. 66a from a burning fire, and from those who adhere to them ; for if a man in 
making a schism, condemneth himself to the fire with those who err after 
him ; what shall it be if a man go to steep himself in heresies ? for know 
this, that if any of you love preeminence or venture to make a schism, he 
will inherit the place of Korah and Dathan and Abiram, he and those who 
are with him, and also with them he will be condemned in the fire. They 
also of the house of Korah were Levites, and they served in the Tabernacie 
of witness. They loved preeminence, and coveted the high-priesthood, 
and began to speak evil things against that great Moses, as that he 
had espoused a heathen woman, because he had an Ethiopian wife» 
and he was defìled by her. Many others of the house of Zambri were 
with him who committed fornication with Midianitish women, and 
that the people were defìled along with him. His brother Aaron was 
the leader in the worship of idols, who made images and sculptures for 
his people; and they spoke wicked things against Moses, him who did 
ali these signs and wonders from God to the nation, him who had done 
these glorious and perfect works for their help ; him who had brought 
upon Egypt ten plagues, him who had divided the Red Sea, and raised the 
waters like a wall on either side, and made the people pass over as in 
the dry wilderness ; and had drowned their enemies (S. + and evildoers and 
ali who were with them) ; him who had sweetened for them the fountaìn 
of waters ; and from the flinty stone had brought them out streams, and 
they had drunk (S. + and been satisfìed) ; him who had brought down to 
them manna from heaven, and with the manna had given them flesh ; 
bim who had given them a pillar of light (S. + for light and guidance) 
by night, and a cloud for a shade by day; and in the desert had stretched 

£660 out a hand to them for the dispensation of the Law, and had given them 
also the Ten Commandments of God. They spoke evil things against the 
friend and servant of the Lord, as if to be glorified in righteousness 
and to boast in holiness and to exhibit purity, and in hypocrisy they 
showed religion. They also saìd thus as sober and sedate in holiness, 


We wili not be soiled with Moses and the people who are with him, 
for they are poUuted. Two hundred and fifty men arose, and led [them] 
astray in leaving that great Moses, as if they hoped for themselves that 
they would the better glorify God, and zealously serve Him ; for in that 
multitude of the people it was said, for one censer of perfumcs was offered 
tothe Lord God, but those who were in the schism were two hundred and 
fifty with their leaders ; every one of them offered a censer of perfumes to 
God, two hundred and fifty censers, as those who were more pure and 
zealous than Moses and Aaron, and than the people *of the Lord'; but 
the multitude of the service of their censers which was in schism was 
of no advantage to them ; but a fire was kindlcd from before the Lord 
and devoured them ; and these two hundred and fifty men were burnt 
whilc they wcrc stili holding the censers in their hands; and the earth 
o{x:ncd hcr mouth and swallowed Dathan and Korah and Abiram, and 
their tents and their vessels and ali that was with them, and they went 
down alive to Sheol. The chiefs of their error of schism were swallowed 
up by the earth (S. + but these two hundred and fifty men who went 
astray were burnt in the fire, ali the people looking on). The Lord spared 
the rest of the multitude of the people, though thcre were many sinners 
amongst them ; the Lord judgcd each one of them according to his works. 
The Lord spared the multitude of the people ; but those who thought 
that they were purer and more holy and had done more service the tàya, 
fire devoured because they were in schism. And the Lord said unto 
Moses and unto Aaron, Take the censers of brass from out of the burning, W- Hom- 
and make them into thin plates, and strew them upon the aitar, that 
the children of Israel may see, and not add to their sins by doing thus, 
(S. + and pour out the strange fire there, because the censers of the 
sinners are hallowed in their souls, in the fire ; the Lord hath condemned 
to fire, in that fire came out from before the Lord, and burnt those who 
put on the incense, which was not pcrmitted to them). Let us look then, 
bcloved, at the latter end of schisms, what happened to them ; because if 
they appear to be pure and holy, their final consummation is in fire and 
cvcrlasting burning. Let this therefore be a cause of fear to you, for 
the fire of schism is also judged by fire (S. + not because it sanctified the 
censers, for they sanctified them through themselves), that is to say, because 
the fire finished its work, for these people thought in their hearts that 
their censers were holy ; for it was necessary that the fire which was 

' S. who were with them. 



xvi. 86 


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f. 67b 
Jer. xzlil. 

taken for the service of transgression (S. + and for the irritation of God) 
should not obey them, but should cease from its work or be quenched, 
and should not consume anything that was put upon it ; for now tt would 
not have done the wìll of the Lord, but would have obeyed schism. 
Therefore it was said, Pour out there also the strange fire, that is to 
say, that the Lord judged fire by fire ; (S. + if therefore this curse and 
judgment are appoìnted for these schisms that think they are praising 
God,) what will happen to these heresies which blaspheme against 
Hìm? but ye from the Scriptures and with the eyes of faith, seeing 
the plates of brass that are encrusted on the aitar, be careful not to make 
a schism, and not to fall into judgment, but therefore, as bclieving and 
intelligent people, keep far away from schisms, (S. ■+ and come not near 
to them, not even in anything, as Moses said about them to the people, 
"Separate yourselves from among these cruel people, and come not near 
to anything that is theirs, that ye perish not with them in ali their sins." 
Whiist the wrath of the Lord was burning about the schism, it is written 
that the people fled from them, saying ** Lest the earth swallow us 
also with them/* Thus ye also, like people who make a struggle for 
your lives, flee from schisms, and reject those who wish to do thus, for ye 
know the place of their condemnation. But about heresies, do not even 
wish to bear their names, and do not defile your ears, for not only do they 
not verily praise God, but they even verily blaspheme Him, [mar^, nor does 
the Lord have pleasure in the prayers of the heretics, nor their supplications, 
nor their praises.] Therefore the heathen will be judged bccause they knew 
not) "and offences and divisions, as our Lord said, *'Woe to that man 
by whose means the oflfence cometh; it were right for him and better 
for him that a millstone of an ass were hung about his neck and he were 
drowned in the sea"." But the heretics, because they oppose God, are 
guilty, (S. + as also our Lord and Saviour Jesus said, "There shall be 
heresies and schisms," and again,"Woe unto the world because of oifences! 
for it must needs be that offences and schisms come, but woe to that man 
by whose means they come," then we verily heard) but now we verily see, 
as also the Scripture hands down by means of Jeremiah, that "profanity* and 
heresies have gone out into ali the land " (S. + as if to persuade our heart) 
and to confirm our faith that the prophecies are sure; for behold they 
existand have been accomplished; because of ali the work of the Lord our 
God, the Lord has turned it from the Nation to the Church by means 

' S. omits. 

' S. impurìty. 

DI D ASC ALI A, 10$ 

of US the Apostles, and He hath removed and forsaken the Natión, 
(S. + as It is written in Isaiah, that He hath forsaken the people of the house i«. u. e 
of Jacob), and Jerusalem is forsaken ; and Judah is fallen, and their tongues 
are in iniquity, and they have obeyed not the Lord, (S. + and He hath 
abandoned the vineyard), and behold, your house is left unto you desolate. $8 


That God hath left the Synagogue of the Nation^ and hath come to 
the Church of the Geniiles ; and that Satan also hath removed from t/te 
people of t/ie fews^ and doth not tempt t/iem any more ; and lie Itath also come 
against the Church, that lie may make in it sects and divisions ; and first he 
raised up in it Simon Magus, afterwards the false ApostleSy those from 


among the fews wìio obliged t/te Christians to act as fews. 

God thercforc hath left the Nation, and hath fìlled the Church, and 
hath considered her the mount of [His] habitation, and the throne of 
glory, and the house of exaltation ; and as David said, "The mountain of God jj' ^^^^^***- 
is a mountain of fat, a mountain of arches. What think ye, ye arched w 
mountains ; this is the mountain which God hath chosen to dwell in ; the 
Lord will tabernacle in it for ever." (S. + Ye see therefore how He speaketh 
to others, "What think ye?" to those who erroneously suppose that there are 
other Churches), for one only is the Church which is the mountain of the 
Sanctuary of God. Isaiah also hath said, "There shall be in the latter li. ita 
days (S. + He shall establish) the mountain of the House of the Lord God 
of Jacob (S. + in the top of the mountains and higher than the heights), 
and ali nations shall flow unto it, and many peoples shall go and say, Come, s 
let US go up to the mountain of the Lord; let us learn His way and walk 
in it"; (S. + and again he hath said, "There shall be signs and wonders Ii.viii.i8. 
in the midst of the people from the Lord of Sabaoth, and Him that 
dwelleth in Mount Zion," and in Jeremiah also He hath said, "A high throne Jer.zyii.i2 
is the house of our Sanctuary"). Because therefore the Lord hath forsaken 
the nation of Israel, He hath also abandoned the tempie (S. + He hath 
made them desolate, and cloven the veil of the door), and taken away from 
it the Holy Spirit (S. + and cast it on those who believe from among 
the Gentilcs, as He hath said by means of Joel, "I will pour out of My joeiiLas 
Spirit upon ali flesh,") and the power of His Word, and He hath taken 
away ali service from the Nation, and hath established it in the Church f. 68a 
of the Gentiles. In like manner also, Satan the Tempter hath gone away 

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xvi. 86 


XYl. M 





f. 67b 
Jer. xzlil. 

taken for the service of transgression (S. + and for the irritation of God) 
should not obey them, but should cease from its work or be quenched, 
and should not consume anything that was put upon it ; for now it would 
not have done the will of the Lord, but would have obeyed schism. 
Therefore it was said, Pour out there also the strange fire, that is te 
say, that the Lord judged fire by fire ; (S. + if therefore this curse and 
judgment are appointed for these schisms that think they are praising 
God,) what will happen to these heresies which blaspheme against 
Him? but ye from the Scriptures and with the eyes of faith, seeing 
the plates of brass that are encrusted on the aitar, be careful not to make 
a schism, and not to fall into judgment, but therefore, as bclieving and 
intelligent people, keep far away from schisms, (S. ■+ and come not near 
to them, not even in anything, as Moses said about them to the peopie, 
"Separate yourselves from among these cruel people, and come not near 
to anything that is theirs, that ye perish not with them in ali their sins." 
Whilst the wrath of the Lord was burning about the schism, it is written 
that the people fled from them, saying ** Lest the earth swallow us 
also with them." Thus ye also, like people who make a struggle for 
your lives, flee from schisms, and reject those who wish to do thus, for ye 
know the place of their condemnation. But about heresies, do not even 
wish to bear their names, and do not defile your ears, for not only do they 
not verily praise God, but they even verily blaspheme Him, [mar^. nor does 
the Lord have pleasure in the prayers of the heretics, nor their supplications, 
nor their praises.] Therefore the heathen will be judged because they knew 
not) 'and offences and divisions, as our Lord said, ''Woe to that man 
by whose means the offence cometh; it were right for him and better 
for him that a millstone of an ass were hung about his neck and he were 
drowned in the sea*." But the heretics, because they oppose God, are 
guilty, (S + as also our Lord and Saviour Jesus said, "There shall be 
heresies and schisms," and again,"Woe unto the world because of oifences! 
for it must needs be that offences and schisms come, but woe to that man 
by whose means they come," then we verily heard) but now we verily see, 
as also the Scripture hands down by means of Jeremiah, that "profanity* and 
heresies have gone out into ali the land " (S. + as if to persuade our heart) 
and to confirm our faith that the prophecies are sure ; for behold they 
exist and have been accomplished ; because of ali the work of the Lord our 
God, the Lord has turned it from the Nation to the Church by means 

' S. omits. 

' S. impurìty. 


of US the Apostles, and He hath removed and forsaken the Natión, 
(S. + as it is written in Isaiah, that He hath forsaken the people of the house i«. u. e 
of Jacob), and Jerusalem is forsaken ; and Judah is fallen, and their tongues 
are in iniquity, and they have obeyed not the Lord, (S. + and He hath 
abandoned the vineyard), and behold, your house is left unto you desolate. $8 


That God hath left the Synagogue of tlu Natioit^ and liath come to 
tlu Chiirch of tlu GentiUs ; and that Satan also hath removed from tlu 
people of tlu fews^ and dotli not tempt tlum any more ; and lu hath also conu 
against the Chnrch, tltat lu inay make in it sects and divisions ; and first he 
raised tip in it Simon Magtis^ afterwards the false Apostles^ those from 
among the fews who obliged tlu Christians to act as fews, 

God thcreforc hath left the Nation, and hath fiUed the Church, and 
hath considered her the mount of [His] habitation, and the throne of 
glory, and the house of exaltation ; and as David said, "The mountain of God jj* l^^^***- 
is a mountain of fat, a mountain of arches. What think ye, ye arched i^ 
mountains ; this is the mountain which God hath chosen to dwell in ; the 
Lord will tabernaclc in it for ever." (S. + Ye see therefore how He speaketh 
to others, "What think ye?" to those who erroneously suppose that there are 
other Churches), for one only is the Church which is the mountain of the 
Sanctuary of God. Isaiah also hath said, "There shall be in the latter li. li. a 
days (S. + He shall establish) the mountain of the House of the Lord God 
of Jacob (S. + in the top of the mountains and higher than the heights), 
and ali nations shall flow unto it, and many peoples shall go and say, Come, s 
let US go up to the mountain of the Lord; let us learn His way and walk 
in it"; (S. + and again he hath said, "There shall be signs and wonders Ii.viil.i8. 
in the midst of the people from the Lord of Sabaoth, and Him that 
dwelleth in Mount Zion,*' and in Jeremiah also He hath said, "A high throne Jer.zriLia 
is the house of our Sanctuary"). Because therefore the Lord hath forsaken 
the nation of Israel, He hath also abandoned the tempie (S. + He hath 
made them desolate, and cloven the veil of the door), and taken away from 
it the Holy Spirit (S. + and cast it on those who believe from among 
the Gcntiles, as He hath said by means of Joel, "I will pour out of My joeilLas 
Spirit upon ali flesh,") and the power of His Word, and He hath taken 
away ali service from the Nation, and hath established it in the Church f. 68a 
of the Gentiles. In like manner also, Satan the Tempter hath gone away 

D. o 



xvi. 86 


XYl. M 




f. 67b 
Jer. xzlil. 

taken for the service of transgression (S. + and for the irritatton of God) 
shouid not obey them, but should cease from its work or be quenched, 
and should not consume anything that was put upon it ; for now tt would 
not have done the will of the Lord, but would have obeyed schism. 
Therefore it was said, Pour out there also the strange fire, that is te 
say, that the Lord judged fire by fire ; (S. + if therefore this curse and 
judgment are appointed for these schisms that think they are praising 
God,) what will happen to these heresies which blaspheme against 
Him? but ye from the Scriptures and with the eyes of faith, seeing 
the plates of brass that are encrusted on the aitar, be careful not to make 
a schism, and not to fall into judgment, but therefore, as bclieving and 
intelligent people, keep far away from schisms, (S. ■+ and come not near 
to them, not even in anything, as Moses said about them to the people, 
"Separate yourselves from among these cruel people, and come not near 
to anything that is theirs, that ye perish not with them in ali tbeir sins." 
Whiist the wrath of the Lord was burning about the schism, it is written 
that the people fled from them, saying ** Lest the earth swallow us 
also with them/* Thus ye also, like people who make a struggle for 
your lives, flee from schisms, and reject those who wish to do thus, for ye 
know the place of their condemnation. But about heresies, do not even 
wish to bear their names, and do not defile your ears, for not only do they 
not verily praise God, but they even verily blaspheme Him, [mar^^. nor does 
the Lord have pleasure in the prayers of the heretics, nor their supplications, 
nor their praises.] Therefore the heathen will be judged bccause they knew 
not) "and offences and divisions, as our Lord said, **Woe to that man 
by whose means the oflfence cometh; it were right for him and better 
for him that a millstone of an ass were hung about his neck and he were 
drowned in the sea'." But the heretics, because they oppose God, are 
guilty, (S + as also our Lord and Saviour Jesus said, " There shall be 
heresies and schisms," and again,"Woe unto the world because of oifences! 
for it must needs be that offences and schisms come, but woe to that man 
by whose means they come/* then we verily heard) but now we verily see, 
as also the Scripture hands down by means of Jeremiah, that "profanity * and 
heresies have gone out into ali the land " (S. + as if to persuade our heart) 
and to confirm our faith that the prophecies are sure; for behold they 
exist and have been accomplished ; because of ali the work of the Lord our 
God, the Lord has tur ned it from the Nation to the Church by means 

" S. omits. 

' S. impurìty. 


of US the Apostles, and He hath removed and forsaken the Natión, 

(S. + as it is written in Isaiah, that He hath forsaken the people of the house !■• ii* * 

of Jacob), and Jerusalem is forsaken ; and Judah is fallen, and their tongues 

are in iniquity, and they have obeyed not the Lord, (S. + and He hath 

abandoned the vineyard), and behold, your house is left unto you desolate. $8 


That God hath left the Synagogue of tlu Nation^ and hath come to 
the Church of tlu Gentiles ; and that Satan also hath removed from the 
people of tlu fews^ and doth not tempt tlum any more ; and lu hath also come 
against tlu Church, tliat lu may make in it sects and divisione ; and first he 
raised up in it Simon MaguSy afterwards the false Apostles^ those from 
among tlu fews tulio obliged tlu Christians to act as fews. 

God thcrcforc hath ieft the Nation, and hath fìlied tiie Church, and 
hath considered her the mount of [His] habitation, and the throne of 
glory, and the house of exaltation ; and as David said, "The mountain of God jj" ^^^^^***- 
is a mountain of fat, a mountain of arches. What think ye, ye arched i« 
mountains ; this is the mountain which God hath chosen to dwell in ; the 
Lord will tabernaclc in it for ever." (S. + Ye see therefore how He speaketh 
to others, "What think ye?" to those who erroneously suppose that there are 
other Churches), for one only is the Church which is the mountain of the 
Sanctuary of God. Isaiah also hath said, " There shall be in the latter li. li. a 
days (S. + He shall establish) the mountain of the House of the Lord God 
of Jacob (S. + in the top of the mountains and higher than the heights), 
and ali nations shall flow unto it, and many peoples shall go and say, Come, s 
let US go up to the mountain of the Lord; let us learn His way and walk 
in it"; (S. + and again he hath said, "There shall be signs and wonders Ii.viil.i8. 
in the midst of the people from the Lord of Sabaoth, and Him that 
dwelleth in Mount Zion," and in Jeremiah also He hath said, "A high throne Jer.zyii.ia 
is the house of our Sanctuary"). Because therefore the Lord hath forsaken 
the nation of Israel, He hath also abandoned the tempie (S. + He hath 
made them desolate, and cloven the veil of the door), and taken away from 
it the Holy Spirit (S. + and cast it on those who believe from among 
the Gentiles, as He hath said by means of Joel, "I will pour out of My Joeiii. as 
Spirit upon ali flesh,") and the power of His Word, and He hath taken 
away ali service from the Nation, and hath established it in the Church f. 68a 
of the Gentiles. In like manner also, Satan the Tempter hath gone away 

D. o 



xvi. 86 


XYl. M 




f. 67b 
Jer. xzlil. 

taken for the service of transgression (S. + and for the irritation of God) 
should not obey them, but should cease from its work or be quenched, 
and should not consume anything that was put upon it ; for now it would 
not have done the will of the Lord, but would have obeyed schism. 
Therefore it was said, Pour out there also the strange fire, that is te 
say, that the Lord judged fire by fire ; (S. + if therefore this curse and 
judgment are appointed for these schìsms that think they are praising 
God,) what will happen to these heresies which blaspheme against 
Him? but ye from the Scriptures and with the eyes of faith, seeing 
the plates of brass that are encrusted on the aitar, be careful not to make 
a schism, and not to fall into judgment, but therefore, as bclieving and 
intelligent people, keep far away from schisms, (S. ■+ and come not near 
to them, not even in anything, as Moses said about them to the people, 
"Separate yourselves from among these cruel people, and come not near 
to anything that is theirs, that ye perish not with them in ali their sins." 
Whilst the wrath of the Lord was burning about the schism, it is written 
that the people flcd from them, saying ** Lest the earth swallow us 
also with them." Thus ye also, like people who make a struggle for 
your lives, flee from schisms, and reject those who wish to do thus, for ye 
know the place of their condemnation. But about heresies, do not even 
wish to hear their names, and do not defile your ears, for not only do they 
not verily praise God, but they even verily blaspheme Him, [marff, nor does 
the Lord have pleasure in the prayers of the heretics, nor their supplications, 
nor their praises.] Therefore the heathen will be judged because they knew 
not) 'and offences and divisions, as our Lord said, "Woe to that man 
by whose means the oflfence cometh; it were right for him and better 
for him that a millstone of an ass were hung about his neck and he were 
drowned in the seaV But the heretics, because they oppose God, are 
guilty, (S. + as also our Lord and Saviour Jesus said, "There shall be 
heresies and schisms," and again,"Woe unto the world because of oifences! 
for it must needs be that offences and schisms come, but woe to that man 
by whose means they come/' then we verily heard) but now we verily see, 
as also the Scripture hands down by means of Jeremiah, that "profanity* and 
heresies have gone out into ali the land " (S. + as if to persuade our heart) 
and to confirm our faith that the prophecies are sure ; for behold they 
exist and have been accomplished; because of ali the work of the Lord our 
God, the Lord has turned it from the Nation to the Church by means 

' S. omits. 

' S. impurìty. 


of US the Apostles, and He hath removed and forsaken the Natión, 
(S. + as it is written in Isaiah, that He hath forsaken the people of the house !•• U- * 
of Jacob), and Jerusalem is forsaken ; and Judah is fallen, and their tongues 
are in iniquity, and they have obeyed not the Lord, (S. + and He hath 
abandoned the vineyard), and behold, your house is left unto you desolate. $8 


That God hath left tlu Synagogue of t/ie NatioUy and hath come to 
the Church of tlu Gentiles ; and that Satan also hath removed from the 
people of tlu fewSy and doth not tempt them any more ; and lu luith also come 
against the Church, tltat lu may make in it sects and divisions ; and first lu 
raised up in it Simon Magus^ afterwards the false Apostles^ those frofn 


amoug the fews wito obliged the Christiafts to act as fews, 

God thercforc hath left the Nation, and hath fìUed the Church, and 
hath considered her the mount of [His] habitation, and the throne of 
glory, and the house of exaltation ; and as David said, "The mountain of God jj' ^^^^^***- 
is a mountain of fat, a mountain of arches. What think ye, ye arched i* 
mountains ; this is the mountain which God hath chosen to dwell in ; the 
Lord will tabernaclc in it for ever." (S. + Ye see therefore how He speaketh 
to others, "What think ye?" to those who erroneously suppose that there are 
other Churches), for one only is the Church which is the mountain of the 
Sanctuary of God. Isaiah also hath said, " There shall be in the latter li. li. a 
days (S. + He shall establish) the mountain of the House of the Lord God 
of Jacob (S. + in the top of the mountains and higher than the heights), 
and ali nations shall flow unto it, and many peoples shall go and say, Come, s 
let US go up to the mountain of the Lord; let us learn His way and walk 
in it"; (S. + and again he hath said, "There shall be signs and wonders Ii.viil.i8. 
in the midst of the people from the Lord of Sabaoth, and Him that 
dwelleth in Mount Zion," and in Jeremiah also He hath said, "A high throne Jer.zTiLia 
is the house of our Sanctuary"). Because therefore the Lord hath forsaken 
the nation of Israel, He hath also abandoned the tempie (S. + He hath 
made them desolate, and cloven the veil of the door), and taken away from 
it the Holy Spirìt (S. + and cast it on those who believe from among 
the Gentiles, as He hath said by means of Joel, "I will pour out of My joeilLas 
Spirit upon ali flesh,") and the power of His Word, and He hath taken 
away ali service from the Nation, and hath established it in the Church f. 68a 
of the Gentiles. In like manner also, Satan the Tempter hath gone away 

D. o 





XYl. M 




f. 67b 
Jer. xzUi. 

taken for the service of transgression (S. + and for the irritation of God) 
should not obey them, but should cease from its work or he quenched, 
and should not consume anything that was put upon it ; for now it would 
not have done the will of the Lord, but would have obeyed schism. 
Therefore it was said, Pour out there also the strange fire, that is to 
say, that the Lord judged fire by fire ; (S. + if therefore this curse and 
judgment are appointed for these schisms that think they are praising 
God,) what will happen to these heresies which blaspheme against 
Him? but ye from the Scriptures and with the eyes of faith, seeing 
the plates of brass that are encrusted on the aitar, be careful not to make 
a schism, and not to fall into judgment, but therefore, as bclieving and 
intelligent people, keep far away from schisms, (S. ■+ and come not near 
to them, not even in anything, as Moses said about them to the people, 
"Separate yourselves from among these cruel people, and come not near 
to anything that is theirs, that ye perish not with them in ali their sins." 
Whilst the wrath of the Lord was burning about the schism, it is written 
that the people fled from them, saying ** Lest the earth swallow us 
also with them." Thus ye also, like people who make a struggle for 
your lives, flee from schisms, and reject those who wish to do thus, for ye 
know the place of their condemnation. But about heresies, do not even 
wish to hear their names, and do not defile your ears, for not only do they 
not verily praise God, but they even verily blaspheme Him, [mar£^. nor does 
the Lord have pleasure in the prayers of the heretics, nor their supplications, 
nor their praises.] Therefore the heathen will be judged because they knew 
not) "and offences and divisions, as our Lord said, **Woe to that man 
by whose means the oflfence cometh; it were right for him and better 
for him that a millstone of an ass were hung about his neck and he were 
drowned in the seaV But the heretics, because they oppose God, are 
guilty, (S + as also our Lord and Saviour Jesus said, "There shall be 
heresies and schisms," and again,"Woe unto the world because of offences! 
for it must needs be that offences and schisms come, but woe to that man 
by whose means they come," then we verily heard) but now we verily see, 
as also the Scripture hands down by means of Jeremiah, that "profanity* and 
heresies have gone out into ali the land " (S. + as if to persuade our heart) 
and to confirm our faith that the prophecies are sure ; for behold they 
exist and have been accomplished; because of ali the work of the Lord our 
God, the Lord has turned it from the Nation to the Church by means 

" S. omits. 

' S. impurìty. 


of US the Apostles, and He hath removed and forsaken the Natión, 
(S. + as it is written in Isaiah, that He hath forsaken the people of the house !■• il. • 
of Jacob), and Jerusalem is forsaken ; and Judah is fallen, and their tongues 
are in iniquity, and they have obeyed not the Lord, (S. + and He hath 
abandoned the vineyard), and behold, your house is left unto you desolate, ss 


That God hath left the Synagogue of the Natiotty and hath come to 
the Church of t/te Gentiles ; and that Satan also hath removed from the 
people of t/ie fewSy and doth not tempt them any more ; and /le hath also conte 
against the Church, tliat lie may make in it sects and divisions ; and first he 
raised tip in it Simon Magus^ afterwards the false Apostles^ those from 
among the fews who obliged t/te Christians to act as fews, 

God therefore hath left the Nation, and hath fìlled the Church, and 
hath considered her the mount of [His] habitation, and the throne of 
glory, and the house of exaltation ; and as David said, "The mountain of God JJ* *^^^^**** 
is a mountain of fat, a mountain of arches. What think ye, ye arched w 
mountains ; this is the mountain which God hath chosen to dwell in ; the 
Lord will tabernacle in it for ever." (S. + Ye see therefore how He speaketh 
to others, "What think ye?" to those who erroneously suppose that there are 
other Churches), for one only is the Church which is the mountain of the 
Sanctuary of God. Isaiah also hath said, " There shall be in the latter is. il. s 
days (S. + He shall establish) the mountain of the House of the Lord God 
of Jacob (S. + in the top of the mountains and higher than the heights), 
and ali nations shall flow unto it, and many peoples shall go and say, Come, 8 
let US go up to the mountain of the Lord; let us learn His way and walk 
in it"; (S. + and again he hath said, "There shall be signs and wonders Ii.viil.i8. 
in the midst of the people from the Lord of Sabaoth, and Him that 
dwelleth in Mount Zion," and in Jeremiah also He hath said, "A high throne Jer.z?ii.ia 
is the house of our Sanctuary"). Because therefore the Lord hath forsaken 
the nation of Israel, He hath also abandoned the tempie (S. + He hath 
made them desolate, and cloven the veil of the door), and taken away from 
it the Holy Spirit (S. 4- and cast it on those who believe from among 
the Gentiles, as He hath said by means of Joel, "I will pour out of My Joeiil.88 
Spirit upon ali flesh,") and the power of His Word, and He hath taken 
away ali service from the Nation, and hath established it in the Church f. 68a 
of the Gentiles. In like manner also, Satan the Tempter hath gone away 

D. o 


fròm that Nation, and hath come upon the Church, and henceforth he will 
not tempt that Nation, because the Holy Spirit hath left it, for by their 
wicked Works they have fallen into his hands, but he prepares to tempt 
the Church, and to do his works in her, and to raise against her afflictions 
and persecutions and heresies and schisms (S. + and before that time there 
were in that Nation heresies and sects ; but now Satan, by his wicked 
energy, sent out those who belong to the Church, and caused heresies 
and sects). 

About Simon Magus. 

The beginning of heresies was thus. Satan possessed a man, Simon, 
who was a magician, and who had formerly been his servant ; and when we, 
by the gift of the Lord our God and the power of the Holy Ghost, were 
doing miracles of healing in Jerusalem, and by means of the laying on of 
hands the gift and fellowship of the Holy Spirit were being given to those 
who came near, then Simon ofTered us much Silver, and wished that as he 
had deprived Adam of the knowledge of life by means of the eating 
of the tree, thus also by the gift of Silver heshouid deprive us of (S. + the 
gift of) God ; and (S. + by the gift of a possession) should get hold of 
our mind, so that we might exchange and give him for silver the power of 
the Holy Ghost ; and we were ali shaken about this. Then Peter looked 

d lou at Satan, him who dwelt in Simon, and said to him, ''Thy money go with 
thee to perdition ; and thou shalt not have any part in this word." 

About the false Apostles, But when we had divided ali the world into 
twelve parts, and had gone out among the Genti les to preach the Word, 
then Satan wrought and excited the Nation ; and they sent after us false 
Apostles to destroy the Word ; and they sent out from the Nation one 
whose name was Cle[o]bius, and he adhered to Simon, but also to Theuda, 

£ 68b and to Judah the Galilean, as well as to others after them. But Simon's 
people adhered to me, Peter, and came to destroy the Word. When he was 
in Rome, he greatly troubled the Church, and perverted many, and showed 
himself as if he were ready Ho ascend to Heaven^; and capti vated the 
Gentiles, exciting them by the power of the energy of his sorceries. One 
day I went and saw him in the market deceiving the people ; we had a 
dispute with each other about the Resurrection and about the life of the 
dead ; and when he was conquered, he pretended to fly in the air, and 
began to give a sign to his gang to raise him. And when he had risen to a 
great distance, then I stood and said to him, " By the power of the name 

* S. lo fly. 


of the Clirist, I cut off thy powers that they depart from thee." Then the 
demons departed from hìm, and he fell, and was broken from the heel of 
his foot, and he died. And many turned from hìm ; but others, who were 
worthy of him, remained with hìm ; thus first his heresies were fixed. 
But also by means of other false Apostles the Enemy wrought They ali 
had one Law on the earth ; and they did not recite either the Torah or the 
Prophets, and they blasphemed against the Father, God Almighty, nor did 
they believe in the Resurrcction ; but also in other things they taught and 
excited with many opinions ; for many of them taught that no man should 
take a wife, and said that when a man did not take a wife it was Holiness. 
By mcans of holiness, and for its name, they praised the weak opinions ot 
their heresies. Again, others of them taught that a man should not eat 
flcsh, and they said that it is not right for a man to eat anything that has f. 69a 
life in it. Others said that he must keep himself from swine, and that he 
may eat the things that the law cleanses (S. + and circumcise as in the 
Law). Others again taught otherwise, and made strifes, and troubled the 


Teackes that tìu Apostles assemblea and settled tlte disputations and 
conftisions tliat were in the Church^ and aired the scandals that the false 
Apostles liad wrought in it; and freed the people of the Christ from the 
burden of tìu observances of tlte laiv of Moses ; and wrote writings to ali the 
Chnrches of tìu Gentiles about wluit it was necessary for tlum to observe ; 
and tluy wrote this Didascalia, We therefore have begun to preach the 
Holy Word of the Catholic Church. We rcturned again to visit the 
Churches, and found them of different opinions; some observed as holiness, 
thinking marriage profane, and some abstained from flesh and from wine, 
and some from swine's flesh ; and they kept ali the bonds that are in 
Deuteronomy. When therefore a danger arose that heresies should be in ali 
the Church, we assembled together, the twelve Apostles, in Jerusalem, and 
considered about what was to be. It pleased us ali with one mind, to 
write 'this Catholic Didascalia, for the assurance of you ali ; and in it we 
confirmed and appointed that ye should worship God (S. + the Father) 
Almighty, and His Son Jesus the Christ, and the Holy Ghost, and that ye 
should minister in the Holy Scriptures, and believe in the Resurrection of 
the dead, and make use of ali His creatures with thankfulness, and take 
wives, for He said in Proverbs, that " from God the wife is betrothed to the ^^' 


f. 69 b man/' and in the Gospel our Lord saìd, that " He that created in the 

4 6 beginning the male hath said that He created alsò the Temale^ Therefore 

shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto 

6 his wife, and they twain shall be one flesh ; what therefore God hath 

joined together let no man put asunder." But the spiritual circumcision 

Jer. iT. 8 of the heart is sufBcient for believers, as it is said in Jeremiah, " Light 

sic - 

4 a lamp for yourselves ; sow not among thorns " (S. + " circumcise to the 
Lord your God ; circumcise the foreskins of your hearts, ye men of 

JoeiiLis Judah"; and again in Joel He saith, '*Kend your hearts and not your 
garments ''). About Baptism also, this one alone is sufBcient (S. + to you), 
the one which has completely taken away your sins; for Isaiah did 

Is. 1. 16 not say " Be ye washed," but ** Wash yourselves once and be clean." But 
we had a long disputation, as men who wrestle for the sake of life ; it was 
not among us the Apostles only, but also among the people, with James 
the Bishop and Saint of Jerusalem, him who according to the flesh was 
brother of our Lord, (S. + and with his Elders) and the Deacons 'of the 

ofJUtixT. Church of Jerusalem*. Because also some days before men had come 
down from Judaea to Antioch, and had taught the brethren, " Except ye be 
circumcised, and conduct yourselves according to the Law of Moses, and 
be cleansed from meats (S. + and from ali the other things), ye cannot be 
saved." And they had much vexation (S. -f and disputation). 'The 
brethren of Antioch did not know' that we were ali assembled and come 
in order to examine about these things ; they sent to us believing men who 
were acquainted with the Script ures, that they might learn about this question, 
(S. + and when they were come to Jerusalem, they told us about the 

Aoti ZT. 6 dispute) which they had in the Church at Antioch. But some men of the 
doctrine of the Pharisees who believed arose and said, " Ye ought to be 
circumcised, and to keep the Law of Moses," (S. + and others also cried 

Of JLoUzT. out and said thus). Then I Peter rose and said unto them, " Men and our 

^'* brethren, ye also know that from the first days when I was among you, 

f. 70 a God chose that by means of me the Gentiles should hear the Gospel and 
believe; and God, who searcheth the hearts, bare witness to them, to 
Cornelius the Centurion, when the Angel appeared to him, and spoke to 

or. Aou X. him about me, and he sent for me. But while I was getting ready to go to 
him, it was revealed (S. + to me) about the Gentiles who should believe, and 
about ali meats ; for I went up on a roof to pray ; and I saw the Heavens 
opened, and a garment bound at its four corners, and it was let down and 

^ This passage stands nearly thus in the Old Ssrriac. 
* S. and with ali the Church. ' S. When the brethren of Antioch knew. 


descended to the earth, and in it were ali four-footed beasts and creeping 
things of the earth and fowls of the heaven ; and there carne to me a voice 
saying, Simon, rise, slay and eat And I said, Be it far from me, Lord, to 
eat anything that is impure, (S. + for I have never eaten anything that is 
impure and polluted). And another voice came to me the second time, 
saying, What God hath cleansed, cali not thou common. But this was done 
three times, and it was lifted up from me into heaven. Then I considered 
and knew the word of the Lord, that as He said, Be gladS ye Gentiles, Deut. 
with the people, (S. + and that in every place He hath spoken about the "**** ** 
calling of the Gentiles). And I rose and went ; and when I entered 
his house, I began to speak the Word of the Lord ; the Holy Ghost Of. Aeto x. 
restcd upon him and upon ali the Gentiles who were present there. 
God thcrefore gave thcm the Holy Spirit, even as unto us, and made no OfJLoUzr. 
difference in faith between them and us, and purified their hearts. Now 10 
therefore why tempt ye God, to put a yoke upon their necks, which neither 
our fathers nor we were able'to bear? But by the goodness of our Lord u 
Jesus the Christ, we believe that we shall be saved even as they ; for the 
Lord hath come to us, and hath loosed us from these bonds, and hath said f. 70 b 
to US, Come unto Me, ali ye who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and iiatt.ji.28 
I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn of Me, for I am 89 
quiet and humble in My heart, and ye shall fìnd rest unto your souls, for so 
My yoke is pleasant and My burden is light If therefore our Lord 
loosed US and lightened from us, why do ye wish to put a halter on 
yourselves .? " Then ali the people kept silence, and I James answered and 
said, " Men and our brethren, hearken unto me. Simon hath declared how x* 
God at first did say that He would choose from among the Gentiles a people 
for His name ; and to this agree the words of the Prophets, as it is written, I6 
After this I will raise and build the tabernacle of David which is fallen ; is 
and its ruins I will build and raise ; that the residue (S. + of men) may 17 
seek the Lord, (S. + and ali the Gentiles, upon whom My name is called, ^^'*^ 
saith the Lord, who knoweth these things from everlasting. Therefore I say, 19 
Ict no man dispute with those who from among the Gentiles are turned to 
God), but Ict US send to them thus : Remove from idols and from sacrifices ao 
and from blood and from strangled things." Then it pleased us the Apostles sa 
(S. + and the Bishops and the Elders) with ali the Church, to choose from 
among thcm men and to send them with those of Barnabas and Paul, who 
came from thence; and we chose Judah who was called Barnaba, and Shela, 
men distinguished among the brethren, and we wrote these with our hands : ss 

» Or " Makc mcrry.'* 


Letter of tìu Apostles, " The Apostles, and Elders and Brethren, to the 

Brethren who are of the Gentiles that are in Antioch, and in Syria, and in 

M Cih'cia, much greeting. Because we have heard that men whom we have not 

26 sent troubie you with words which corrupt your souis ; it seemed good to 
ali of US, being assembled together» to choose and send men to you with 

27 our beloved ones those with Barnaba, whom we have sent. But we have 
sent Judah and Shela, who also by word will speak to you about these 

f. 7ia 88 things: for it hath pleased the Holy Ghost, and us, that no greater burden 
shouid be put upon you than that ye remove yourselves from what is 
necessary, and from sacrifìces, and from blood, and from stranglcd things 
(S. + and from fornication) ; from these keep yourselves. and ye shall do 
good things, and fare ye well in our Lord." But we sent this letter, and 
we remained in Jerusalem many days ; and we examined and we decreed 
together the things that were said^ to ali the people; but further we 
wrote also this Catholic Didascalia. 


Shaweth ihat from the first the Apostles tumed to the Churches of the 
Gentiles^ as from t/u beginning of preaching^ and in passing among them^ 
they fixed and confirmed them, and appointed Canons among tliem. The 
opinion therefore which we have counselled and considered about those 
who were formerly in error, and we have sent and decreed, is thus, that we 
shouid return again anew, and also go to the Churches a second time, as 
from the beginning of preaching ; we shouid also confirm believers, that 
they shouid avoid the before-named ofTences, that they receive not those 
who come among them falsely in the name of the Apostles, and that they 
distinguish them by the difference between their words, and the effects of 
Man. Tii. their deeds, because these are those of whom our Lord said that there 


shall come to you men wearing sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are 

16 ravening wolves ; and by their fruits ye shall know them. Beware of 

x]dT. 11 them therefore, for false Christs and lying prophets shall arise, and shall 

12 deceive many, and because of the greatness of iniquity, the love of many 

is shall wax cold ; but he that shall endure unto the end, he shall be saved. 

Those therefore that have not been deceived and those who repent of 

f. 7ib error, they shall be left in the Church ; but those who hold fast the error 

1 S. belpful. 


and repent not, we cut off and appoint that they go out of the Church, and 

be separated from the believers, because they have heresies, (S. + in order 

to command the believers, to keep entirely away from them), and they should 

have no communion with them either by word or by prayer ; for these people 

are the enemies (S. + and spoilers) of the Church ; for about these our Lord 

hath commanded us and said unto us, "Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees ¥***• ^^' 

and of the Sadducees" ; and ** Into the cities of the Samaritans enter not," Matt x. 5 

(S. + but the cities of the Samaritans are of heresies), which walk in a crooked 

way (S. + of which He spake in the Proverbs, "there is a way that men think ft^y. 

straight"), "and its end leadeth lowcr than Sheol." These are they against xwi 26 

whoni our Lord decreed severely and bitterly, and said, "They shall not be Matt. »ii* 

forgiven, neither in this world, nor in that which is to come," (S. + for 

because of the Nation which did not believe in the Christ, and laid hands 

upon Him, on the Son of man, that laid hands on Him blaspheming ; and 

our Lord said, " It shall be forgiven unto them " ; and again our Lord said 

about them, " My Father, they know not what they do, nor what they Lnkexxili. 

speak ; if it be possible, forgive them " ; but again also the Gentiles 

blaspheme against the Son of man, because of the Cross, and to them he hath 

also given forgiveness), to those who believed (S. + of the Nation or) of the 

Gentiles by means of baptism, and blasphemed, He hath not given the 

pardon of their wicked deeds, as the Lord the Christ hath said, '* Wherefore 5**?- ^^ 

^ , ZI tu 

I say unto you, that ali sins and blasphemies shall be forgiven unto men ; 
but the blasphcmy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven, neither in 
this world nor in that which is to come ; and every one who speaketh a ss 
word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him ; for every one that 
blasphemeth against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven, (S. + neither in 
this world, nor in the world to come). Those who blaspheme against the 
Holy Ghost, those who against God Almighty hastily and hypocritically 
blaspheme, (S. + those heretics who receive His holy Scriptures, or who 
receive them wickedly in hypocrisy with blasphemy, or who blaspheme by 
wicked words against the Catholic Church, which is the receptacle of the 
Holy Ghost, are those who before the future judgment and before the 
Spirit, have from of old been condemned to give answer before the 
Christ ; for this which He said, that " it shall not be forgiven unto them," 
is a sentence of severe punishment of the condemnation which expels 
them), and say that the Holy Ghost does not dwell in baptism, nor in 
the (lesh and blood of the Christ. Having decreed and established 
and confirmed with one mind, each one of us went out and departed 
to his first portion, confìrming tlie Churches, because the things that had 


been predicted were fulfilled, and disguised wolves had come, and false 
f. 72a Christs and lying prophets had appeared ; for this was known and 
manifest that when (S. + the times) should approach (S. + and His coming 
be near, there should be more and worse than these, from whom may 
the Lord God therefore deliver you !) may they also repent of their 
godless error, and by much admonition and by the word of doctrine of 
prayer we bave cured and healed and forgiven in the Church'. Those who 
•restrain the word* by the perverted word of error, and there ìs no cure 
for them, we put out, that they may not 'lead the holy Church astray*, the 
pure Church of God ; lest like a hateful leprosy and like a cancerous ulcer 
it should get to every one ; but that pure and unpolluted and passionless 
and spotless, the Church may be seaied te the Lord God, they who are 
in every place and in every city, and in ali the habitable part of the world. 
We make and testify ; and we leave this Didascalia^ holy and Catholic, 
justly and righteously to the Catholic Church, and for the assurance of 

^ S. Churches. * S. are mortally woundcd. 

* S. pollute the Holy Catholic Church. 



Translation of note by Professor Nau on the Chronology contained in 
Chapter XXI. {La Didascalie, p. 119). 

"There are numerous discussions on the chronology of the week of the 
Passion.... The greatest difficulty consiste in conciliating the Synoptics with 
St John. The Didascalia does not think of this concih'ation, for it seems to 
ignoro the Gospcl of St John, but nevertheless it furnishes a solution. (On 
Sunday Jesus announces that in two days it will be the Passover, and that the 
Son of man will be delivered up to be crucified.) On Monday the chief prieste 
assemble, and decide to seize Jesus and to keep the Passover on Tuesday. On 
this Monday Jesus was in the house of Simon the Leper. As Friday is to count 
for two days, that really takes place, as St John says, six days beforc the Passover 
or the Saturday. For the evening of Friday, when the Passover was usually 
celebrated, was the commencement of Saturday. Thus the Synoptists and St John 
speak, the first of the day on which the Passover was celebrated that year, and the 
second of the day on which it ought to bave been celebrated. Ali are then right ; 
it was enough that we should understand them. Next, our Lord celebrates the 
Passover on Tuesday ; He is arrested on the night following Tuesday, that is to 
say, on Wednesday ; He passes Wednesday in the house of Caiphas, Thursday in 
the house of Filate; He is crucified on Friday. At His death darkness covers the 
earth, which makes two days of Friday, and allows it to be said that our Lord 
appeared to be dead during three nights, namely, the supplementary night 
consìsting of the darkness which followed His death, the night from Friday to 
Saturday, and the night from Saturday to Sunday. This explanation, if it had 
been imagined in our day, would be worthless, but as it has been written at the 
latest in the third century, it may rest upon a tradition stili more ancient, and 
ought not to be rejected without examination." 



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